Think You Are Dining In An Authentic Italian Restaurant? The Food Always Tells The Truth
26 July 2017
Many restaurants claim to serve authentic Italian food. But many of the items that are served, or the way that they are prepared, are not authentic. Here are a few of the tell-tale signs that you are indeed eating authentic Italian food:
Caprese is a classic Italian appetizer. It features fresh sliced tomatoes and chunks of mozzarella cheese and fresh basil leaves. However, many American Italian food restaurants place balsamic vinegar on top of their caprese.
Tips For Reheating Leftovers From Your Favorite Restaurant
26 July 2017
A trip to your favorite restaurant may be the highlight of your week. However, it is common for restaurants to serve portions that are larger than many people can eat. In these situations, individual may want to avoid leaving their leftovers behind, but they may be unsure of the best ways for protecting the quality of the leftovers until they are ready.
Transfer The Food To An Airtight Container
Most restaurants will use styrofoam or plastic boxes to pack their patron's leftovers.
4 Things You Should Figure Out Before Contacting A Bread Supplier
28 June 2017
Before you contact a bread supplier for the small business that you are opening up, here are three things that you should have figured out. This will help you have a more productive conversation with the bread supplier you call.
#1 Type Of Bread You Need
The first thing that you need to do is make sure that you know what type of bread that you want to purchase. Calling up a bread supplier and telling them that you want wheat bread is not specific enough.
3 Best Fast Food Alternatives, Substitutions, And Options For Your Low-Carb Diet
7 June 2017
Whether you are doing your best to stick to a keto diet plan or you are simply watching your carb intake so you can keep your blood sugar levels in check, your first assumption may be that eating out or grabbing something fast will pretty much be out of the question. However, even though a lot of fast food menu items, such as fries and burgers encased by a thick bun, do have quite a few more carbs than what you want to consume, there are ways to substitute, exchange, and achieve a logical low-carb meal even by dining out at a fast food restaurant.