Evaluating Food Service Programs For Your Senior Living Facility: Questions To Ask

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When you’re the person who needs to find a good food service program in the area for a senior living facility, it can be a hard job. In order to best serve all the residents at your facility and keep them healthy, you need to ask some or all of the questions below. What Types of Diets Do They Provide For? As you already know, having different seniors in one community means that a food service program not only needs to cater to people who prefer different food choices such as gluten-free and vegetarian.…

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Two Brisket Recipes To Add To Your Catering Menu

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Beef brisket has long been a barbecue favorite. With most briskets weighing between 3 and 8 pounds, it is also a great choice for your catering menu, since just a brisket or two will serve a decent-sized crowd. It’s always nice to offer your customers options, so here are two barbecue brisket recipes to consider adding to your bbq catering menu. Each of these recipes is for a single brisket. You can easily double, triple or quadruple the recipes based on your needs.…

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4 Important Safety Measures For Commercial Gas Broilers

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If you have recently purchased a gas broiler for your restaurant, you are probably looking forward to being able to offer your clientele such delectable delights as charbroiled burgers and fish. However, it’s important that your staff be properly trained in how to cook on the broiler so that the food comes out as tasty as possible – and it’s also important that they are made aware of certain safety precautions that should be taken when a gas broiler is on the premises.…

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