15 July 2015
If you are a restaurant owner, then you understand the stress that comes along with a surprise visit from an investor or a health inspector. As you walk through the kitchen with that professional and listen to suggestions, you might wish that you had paid more attention to that stove covered with drips, food particles, and dangerous pans of extra grease. However, keeping this crucial piece of equipment in tip-top shape doesn't have to be stressful.
7 July 2015
Chocolate, like that from Abdallah Candies And Gifts, is wonderful by itself, but it's also pretty great when paired with certain other foods. Chocolate covered strawberries, cherries, and bananas are always popular. Chocolate and peanut butter is practically a staple. But what about less common pairings? There are some flavors that may not seem like they'd taste great with chocolate, like rich cheese, bitter beer, or spicy pepper. But if your first instinct is to think these flavors can't be combined successfully, you'd be wrong.