When we talk to chefs in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., particularly those chefs who are interested in culinary-driven solutions, we always mention our "Trifecta Brochure." Ultimately, that piece is a highlight of three of our most chef-focused product lines here at High Sabatino, and we're going to detail the power of those three now.[…]
Vacuum sealing can provide a whole range of benefits for commercial foodservice operators. While some of them are common or expected, there are a few other benefits that might be a bit more surprising.[…]
Commercial and institutional kitchens are changing. A combination of foodservice industry trends coupled with foodservice equipment innovations is speeding up these changes like never before. For example, the current labor shortage is forcing operators to consider automation, robotics, and smart kitchens as a way to run more efficiently and profitably.[…]
Perfection is always a goal in almost everything we do. While at times it may be unrealistic, aiming to serve food perfectly, while challenging, is a rewarding endeavor when done correctly. While practice makes perfect, even in the kitchen, it's far from the only thing a chef needs to create the perfect dish. Without foodservice equipment designed to optimize food quality though, perfection is just a dream.[…]
In times when customers are looking for easier solutions for meal options, having a ready-to-go section in your grocery or convenience store or restaurant can mean extra profits with minimized labor.
Did you know the Native Americans were brewing beer long before the Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth? With corn and rice as ingredients, the beer was light, as low as 1ABV. Yeah, back then, even a 1% ABV was a great beer.[…]
Procuring the correct ingredients for food is a challenge of 2021.
Food waste is on everyone's mind, as is labor cost and retention. We know a few things about food waste around here, and we also know that being prepared is crucial to staff feeling valued, and not overworked or stressed. As much that can be done in advance, should be. We know that, with the help of the Henkelman Vacuum System, you can prepare food in advance, and have it be the correct portion size- not wasting any valuable profits.
You may know that tenderizing is a great way to make meats more tender, especially in leaner cuts. But did you know that using a vacuum tenderizer can help with other dishes in a commercial kitchen? And using the tenderizing function on a Henkelman CombiVac makes it easy to do.
An evenly cooked ribeye steak. An egg with a runny yolk at its ideal consistency. A juicy chicken breast. Even tender, flavorful vegetables. What do all of these dishes have in common? They are ideally prepared using sous vide cooking. But what is sous vide cooking, exactly, and how has it become one of the most popular cooking methods in today’s foodservice operations?[…]