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  • Let Your Desserts Work for You

    Increase Sales with Fresh Desserts

    Change up your dessert menu with the seasons and feature a seasonal pie year-round. Learn some of our tips for enticing customers to indulge in a slice of pie and increase their check average.

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    Appetizers or Small Plates? Can't it be both?

    Starters, whether they are appetizers that can be shared amongst a whole table, or small plates that consist of just a bite or two of perfectly mixed flavors, are a great way to get your guests off to a great meal that they’ll remember.

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    Jazz Up Your Menu with Cheese Boards

    Cheese is trending and is an easy (and profitable) appetizer to offer for diners who are looking to avoid fried foods or a dessert for those that want a savory option.

  • The Deal on Veal

    Veal is a fantastic menu item with cuts that range in price to meet any foodservice operations menu price point. Find the perfect cut at the perfect price point to create a profitable new menu item.

  • Creative Roma® Pasta Ideas

    Our Piancone® and Roma® pre-made pastas are not just for your entrée menu, learn how you can feature them throughout the day with dishes like breakfast gnocchi hash and Italian nachos.

  • A Guide to Olive Oil and Its Benefits

    Olive oil is an incredibly versatile ingredient, try it drizzled on an antipasto or mix it into a salad dressing. But how much do you really know about this popular oil? Learn more about this popular kitchen item.

  • Vegetarianism: The Challenge of the Kitchen

    As a chef, navigating the maze of dietary choices can be challenging, learn more about different diets and how you can fit the needs of all your customers.

  • Tools of the Trade: Knives

    In a kitchen, knives are among the most important tools of the trade. Take the mystery out of selecting knives and learn how to find the best knife for the task.

  • The Art of Deep Frying

    Deep frying is considered a Dry Heat Method of cooking. It uses heat conduction and natural convection to transfer heat to food submerged in fat. Thus begins that golden brown delight known as deep fried food.