Top 5 of the Most Controversial Foods

Great thing about flavor and taste buds is that everyone can have their own opinions about the food they eat. Whether you loathe them or love them, you probably have some opinion about the food on this list! Brussels Sprouts The bitter green that is feared by children all over the world! People are naturally…

Cooking With Spring Vegetables

It’s that wonderful time of year again! Spring has sprung! Spring is quite an extraordinary experience. It would seem as if the whole world comes alive after the cold blistery months of winter have ended. The world that seemed so gloomy, dull and cold is once again becoming filled with color! Little did we know…

EURO Culinary™ Series

Color coded knives are designed to help you implement food safety practices in the kitchen! With different color handles for different types of food, this system helps teach employees to engage in safe food handling practices to prevent cross-contamination in the professional kitchen. Allergies have become such a norm in society today, which makes paying…

Cooking with Winter Vegetables

Originally posted on Tools for The Discriminating Chef:
When we think of winter, we often think of cold, short days, and long for fresh fruits and vegetables from our home gardens. However, we can have some culinary fun with winter too as this season provides some great winter vegetables to satisfy our palettes. We can…

5 Tips to a Healthier Dinner

Pizza, fries, wings or burgers. These items have a lot in common, they are delicious and tasty, but are also full of fats and calories. Healthy meals don’t need to be a long and laborious project, so before you go and put your local pizza joint on speed dial take a look at these quick…

A Guide to the Tastiest American Thanksgiving.

November, the lovely month where temperature goes 0-100 quick, or I guess I should say 100-0. The month will have days feeling like the end of summer to the beginning of fall then all of a sudden the clocks go forward and the temperature will have you wondering if its February or November. While November…

Cooking with Winter Vegetables

When we think of winter, we often think of cold, short days, and long for fresh fruits and vegetables from our home gardens. However, we can have some culinary fun with winter too as this season provides some great winter vegetables to satisfy our palettes. We can keep our gardens alive and our bellies full…

How to: Use a Julienne Cutting Set

For the professional chef, making julienne cuts is a simple task. As one of the first things they learn in culinary school, these basic knife skills are what allow them to prepare stunning meals that seems entirely impossible to recreate at home! Luckily, the stainless-steel, German made julienne set has made the job easier for the everyday…

When is the best time to get your produce?

The Food Service and Hospitality magazine has released its 2015 Produce & Protein Guide and we are going to highlight some of our favorite parts just for you! “As the popularity of local foods continues to flourish, chefs across the country are turning to their own backyard to source produce. It’s clear regional cooking is…