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2022 Restaurant Insurance Update

Modern Restaurant Management

The U.S. restaurant sector is gaining steam after coming out of a two-year pandemic that shuttered doors and curbed eatery revenues dramatically. According to the National Restaurant Association , the dining industry should generate $899 billion in revenues in 2022. That’s up from $640 billion in 2020. Even with robust growth, the restaurant industry faces steep challenges right now, with labor shortages, higher inflation, challenges with home food and drink deliveries, and ongoing food an

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Culinary Cues

As a cook or chef there are many days that go well and a few that challenge the best. There are times when a service kind of clicks and the night ends without any problems – these are nights that allow you to feel good about what you do and the level of skill that you have built. But then, on occasion, there are those nights when you and your teammates are in a special place, a place that is hard to describe unless you have been there – you are in the zone.

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How can syntropic farming benefit coffee production?

Perfect Daily Grind

In recent years, sustainability has become a more widely discussed topic in the coffee industry. While this is a focus that has stretched across the entire supply chain, there is more interest than ever in sustainable coffee production. When we talk about environmental sustainability in particular, one of the many areas where coffee production can turn is agroecology.

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12 Steps for Hiring Quality Seasonal Employees


Temporary employees can be a cost-efficient solution to help your restaurant remain productive and profitable during the busy summer season without sacrificing the quality of service expected of your brand. With the US seeing no end to the worker shortage , the competition among organizations looking for seasonal workers is stiff, and employers are trying a range of tactics to entice job applicants.

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Preventing Employee Burnout in Restaurants & Hospitality: An Integrated Approach

Speaker: Lissa Bowen - Chief People + Culture Officer, Full Course Executive Director, Full Course Foundation

Employee burnout is a pervasive issue in the fast-paced and demanding restaurant industry, resulting in decreased productivity, high turnover rates, and compromised mental well-being. Effectively addressing this challenge requires a comprehensive approach that combines conventional management techniques, insights from neuroscience, and stress management strategies.

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Food and Beverage Management Software: Is It Worth It?


What is one of the most frustrating things for restaurant owners? Buying food and drinks only to see them expire and spoil! This is like throwing money away and it can be the difference in the profitability of your store.

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Japan Perfected the Mortar and Pestle With the Suribachi and Surikogi


The ridges in a suribachi, a Japanese mortar, help crush ingredients without bruising them, keep ingredients in the bowl, and yield a pleasantly toothsome textures When I first got my suribachi and surikogi, I was nervous. Growing up, neither of my parents used any kind of mortar and pestle regularly, so I had no idea how to use the ceramic bowl with its intricate ridges and carved wooden muddler.

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Loveblock Wines New Zealand

A Wine Story

Erica Crawford of Loveblock Wines. It was so great to meet Erica Crawford of New Zealand’s Loveblock wine tonight. Fresh in from Auckland, she came prepared with her Pinot Gris, two styles of Sauvignon Blanc, and a delicious Pinot Noir. The restaurant venue was midtown’s Osteria La Baie. A chilled glass of the 2020 Pinot Gris greeted me – perfect for a balmy near-summer night.

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The 19 Best Things to Eat at Disney Springs


Disney Springs at night | Photo courtesy of the Walt Disney Company. From José Andrés’s Jaleo and Salt & Straw, to copious spins on the revered Dole Whip, here’s where to eat at Disney’s waterfront entertainment complex The multiyear revitalization of Disney Springs has transformed Walt Disney World’s former Downtown Disney into a glimmering outdoor promenade.

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A shortage of baby formula is making it hard for parents to feed their infants

The Salt

NPR's Rachel Martin talks to FDA Commissioner Robert Califf about February's shutdown of formula giant Abbott Nutrition, which led to a surge in demand that other formula makers struggle to meet.

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Unleashing AI in Recruitment: The Ultimate Guide

Discover the power of AI in recruitment with Paycor’s complete guide. Learn how to streamline your hiring process, increase interview pipeline, uncover candidates other tools miss, and save time. Get ready to revolutionize your talent acquisition strategy today!

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Marketing de cocinas ocultas: cómo comercializar cocinas ocultas en plataformas de agregación de alimentos en línea

The Restaurant Times

La industria de los restaurantes ha estado en una montaña rusa desde la introducción de los agregadores de alimentos en línea. Debido al rápido aumento de las oportunidades en el negocio, cada vez más personas están dispuestas a ingresar al espacio de los restaurantes. Junto con el aumento de personas que cenan fuera, el aumento de la demanda de entrega en línea ha aumentado significativamente.

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Midwest Tea Festival 2022 – The Review


The post Midwest Tea Festival 2022 – The Review appeared first on T Ching.

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Sangria Is Making a Comeback



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Why Do Tech Bros Have Such a Weird Relationship to Food?


Caleb Foote in an episode of “Made for Love.” | Beth Dubber/HBO Max. Alissa Nutting, creator of the HBO series “Made for Love,” on food, freedom, and the democracy of pizza When Hazel Green (played by Cristin Milioti) escapes from the Hub in Season 1 of HBO’s Made for Love , the first thing she wants is a beer. It’s been a decade since she’s left the Hub, the complex her tech billionaire husband, Byron Gogol (Billy Magnussen), built to secure his company and keep him from ever having to interact

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Transforming Hospitality Experiences: Unleashing the Power of ChatGPT in the Industry

Speaker: Joseph Guszkowski - Senior Technology Editor, Restaurant Business | Jay Ashton - National Brand Activation Manager, Sysco | Dan Maimone - Global Director of Customer Success Operations, Harri

ChatGPT has made a significant impact on the hospitality industry, particularly in restaurants, by revolutionizing customer interactions and improving overall experiences. With its natural language processing capabilities and vast knowledge base, ChatGPT acts as a virtual assistant, providing instant assistance and streamlining various processes. In the near future, ChatGPT will transform the hospitality industry by enhancing communication, improving efficiency, and elevating the dining experien