Parmesan Chicken Strips with Marinara Dip Tips for cutting back without losing the excitement Sixty percent of restaurants have reduced their menu since the start of the pandemic with an average reduction of 10% per menu*. Supply chain inconsistencies, price inflation and skyrocketing labor costs led to menu cleaning acrossRead More →

Click it button above to view in full screen. Click on any ad to learn more. Total food service November 2021 Digital Issue features exclusive Q&A interviews with influential chefs, hospitality trendsetters and restaurant operators, as well as the latest restaurant industry news on products, trends, associations and events. HighlightsRead More →

Interview with Kathryn Gordon, co-founder of Food Startup Help, educator and author Are you an entrepreneur or an established business with a product you want to market? You’ll benefit from hard-earned guidance from Kathryn Gordon, who helps solve industry challenges to launch and grow successful food industry startups. Catherine GordonRead More →

Uptown Cantina in the Uptown entertainment district. Photo via Pat Byington for Bham Now Several Birmingham-area restaurants, including BOCCA Ristorante on downtown 2nd Avenue, Uptown Cantina in the Uptown entertainment district, and Yo Chef Surf and Turf Smokehouse off Findley Boulevard received 95+ on their scores food service from SeptemberRead More →

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colorado (CBS4) – Student lunches at JeffCo public schools may vary from day to day due to staffing shortages as well as supply chain issues so far in the new school year. As the pandemic continues to impact the workforce and COVID outbreaks require constant adjustments, district leadersRead More →

Click it button above to view in full screen. Click on any ad to learn more. Total food service October 2021 Digital Issue features exclusive Q&A interviews with influential chefs, hospitality trendsetters and restaurant operators, as well as the latest restaurant industry news on products, trends, associations and events. HighlightsRead More →

Richmond Public Schools Superintendent Jason Kamras appears to have undermined a key tenet of the school board-approved three-year school improvement plan, Dreams4RPS, with decisions about cafeteria operations and food delivery that have taken before schools reopened earlier this month. This principle is about making sure students have good food toRead More →

Richmond Public Schools Superintendent Jason Kamras appears to have undermined a key tenet of the school board-approved three-year school improvement plan, Dreams4RPS, with decisions about cafeteria operations and food delivery that have taken before schools reopened earlier this month. This principle is about making sure students have good food toRead More →

Restaurant partners with EnGen and Workstream to engage and attract new employees BIRMINGHAM, Alabama., September 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — September 25 is National Restaurant Workers Day, and Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe will dedicate the occasion to recognizing its current employees on social media, the company’s website, and at Taziki’s restaurants. .Read More →

A new wholesale delivery service has launched in Nottingham, creating 50 jobs for the Lenton-headquartered business. Tiger Foodservice is a ‘one-stop-shop’ wholesaler for the hospitality, leisure and catering industries. And it comes with the support of a big name – Hyperama. When Karamjit Singh Khera and his son-in-law Mark JohalRead More →

After receiving school lunch deliveries from her grocery store, Stephanie Haynes-Clifford, food services director for the Steuben County Metropolitan School District, said the last three deliveries have been “like Christmas…you n ‘m not sure what you’re getting!” Haynes-Clifford is one of many school food service managers feeling the impact ofRead More →

Nicole Gajadhar is the head chef at The Loyal in New York’s West Village, serving American dishes and cocktails Longtime West Village resident and chef Nicole Gajadharcredits her daily walk to work with giving her the time she needs to plan and reflect. For 17 years, Gajadhar has roamed theRead More →

Restaurant openings Underwood Hills — Chattahoochee Food WorksDash and chutneyOwned by chef and Food Network personality Palak Patel, Dash and Chutney opens August 22 in the dining room serving vegan versions of Indian street food. Look for samosa chaat and sev papdi chaat on the menu, as well as vadaRead More →

UNDERWOOD HILLS: The Hippie Hibachi vegan food stall is now open at Chattahoochee Food Works, joining 11 other stalls now open and serving in the 31-stall food hall. Claiming to be the first all-vegan hibachi spot in Atlanta, owner Joshua Brock serves hibachi-style dishes with a selection of vegan proteins,Read More →

The non-profit and black youth organization DESTA from Little Burgundy is opening a kiosk at the Jean-Talon market today. Until October, La Maison Onyx will host a rotation of black chefs and producers, starting with chef Jae-Anthony Dougan’s restaurant Tropikàl in Saint-Henri, who will occupy the stand until July 27.Read More →

Food prices have been rising weekly for almost two decades now. Most restaurateurs quickly attribute the high cost of their food to these price changes. On top of that, the internet echo chamber keeps making the problem worse, giving you bad information such as the average cost of food forRead More →

Chef Todd Richards, cookbook author and co-owner of Lake & Oak Neighborhood BBQ, kicks off Black History Month on Monday, February 1 by opening his next venture, Soul: Food and Culture. Krog Street Market’s new food stand replaces Richards’ Southern Fried, where it’s been serving Nashville-style hot chicken since 2016.Read More →