When You Need Creamy Texture and The Perfect Melt Try Ultimelt
Nachos, cheese fries, beer-cheese dip, cheese grits, mac and cheese… no matter what your signature cheesy recipe is, starting with the right quality cheese and achieving smoothest melt is of utmost importance. That’s why our experts created UltiMelt.
Delectable Italian Style Desserts for Spring
Summer, Fall and Winter are seasons for fruit pies, but Spring is a season when customer naturally choose lighter flavors.
Celebrate Lent with American Seafood
Serving seafood during Lent means big money for your business. In fact, several studies have shown that restaurants who offer seafood specials on Fridays during those 40 days can increase seafood sales by up to 20 percent. Since seafood items are already some of your higher dollar menu items, this is a good time to get creative with your menu and see serious results.
Mardi Gras Menu
Mark your calendar, lose your inhibitions and learn to yell, “Throw me something mister!” Come to New Orleans seeking fun and great food and you will never be disappointed. If you can’t make it this year, throw a party in your restaurant. I’ve got a few classic dishes from the Big Easy so you can make a perfect Mardi Gras menu.
Spread the Love With Compound Butters
Compound butter is a delectable mixture of unsalted butter with savory or sweet ingredients. It's a simple but sublime way to creatively enhance appetizers, entrées or any special offering.
Six Chicken Wing Recipes To Spice Up Your Menu
Whether you're getting ready for football or just looking to spice up your menu, we have six fresh wing recipes for you to try on the menu. When making wings, we suggest starting with West Creek Jumbo Wings. Big, plump and juicy every time, these fresh wings always satisfy customers.
Adding Healthy Foods to the Children's Menu
I can walk into almost any restaurant and guess what’s on the Children’s Menu without even looking and I bet you can too! It is possible to offer some healthy options without chasing away your youngest clients. You can introduce super foods into the menu without being overly obvious.
Valentine Menu Magic
The real origin of Valentine’s Day is murky. Some say it represents Saint Valentine. However, there are three different martyred saints named Valentine. Some say it began when the Catholic Church wanted to stop a pagan roman festival called Lupercalia.
Slim Down Your Menu After the Holidays
The holidays are over. Indulgence has been the theme for many of us. That extra serving of pie or stuffing that brought a smile to our face has now caused some of our pants to fit just a little tighter. For many of us, now is the time to look for lighter fare to satisfy our palate. Instead of excitement, most of us dread the thought. We relate eating healthy as a need or even a punishment, not a joy. There is no reason to feel this way! With some creativity and understanding, healthy can be something to be very excited about—dare I say joyous.
Big Wins for the Big Game
Game day will not be perfect without great food, close friends (old customers), new customers, and the newest tv. For those of us hosting the party, wings, ordinary chips and dip just will not cut it. Serving the same old food is like a fumble on the three yard line instead of scoring the winning touchdown.