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5 Tips for Outdoor Catering
With summer underway, more and more people are planning to hold their events outdoors. While the warmer months are perfect for outdoor catering at events such as weddings and picnics, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we plan events. Social distancing guidelines have forced many venues to allow indoor dining at a reduced capacity, while others have ceased indoor dining entirely and have transitioned to serving guests on their outdoor patio space . Due to these guidelines, many people have found that outdoor catering is their only option. Not only does an outdoor venue allow you to space tables further apart, but the open air gives particles more room to disperse than an indoor setting would. Taking on these events can open up a
How to Set Up a Kegerator
After you've deliberated and chosen the best kegerator for your business, it's time to set up your beer dispenser and start serving fresh, cold beer! We've got step-by-step directions and an instructional video to help you through the process. Use our steps as a general guideline, but always refer to your equipment manual for the manufacturer's specific instructions. 1. Unpackage the Kegerator First remove all the packaging from your kegerator. If the unit has been transported on its side, let the unit stand upright for at least 24 hours before plugging it in. Move the unit to its final location and install it on a level surface. Make sure to provide clearance around the unit for ventilation, per the manufacturer's instructions.
What Is Sourdough Starter?
As restaurants reopen after coronavirus quarantines , many are wisely reevaluating their menus and seeking new ways to attract customers. Quarantines produced a surge in home baking, but many people are returning to their regular schedules and no longer have time to craft homemade bread. By offering fresh bread, your restaurant becomes a solution to the public’s time deficit. If you use a sourdough starter, your restaurant will not only meet the public’s expectations; it will exceed them. But what is sourdough starter exactly? Composed of fermented flour and water, a sourdough starter is a type of leavening agent that employs naturally occurring yeasts and bacteria to make baked goods rise. Unlike other leavening agents, a sourdough starter