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  • How A Food Service Manager Can Improve Your Restaurant

    Are you thinking about shutting your restaurant down although it hasn't been opened very long? If your reason for wanting to close down the restaurant is due to not knowing how to run it properly, contracting with a professional food service manager might be a good option. Below, discover some of the ways hiring a contract food service manager can improve what goes on in your restaurant. Menu Preparation The menu that you serve is one of the main things that will determine if your restaurant is able to attract and maintain regular customers.
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  • Sides, Sweets, And Sips For A Perfect Barbecue

    If you're in charge of planning your next company picnic or family reunion, why not celebrate with an old-school Southern barbecue? Traditional barbecue food is a beloved American classic that has something for every palette. Following are just seven of the many delectable delights likely to be featured by top-quality event caterers that specialize in Southern cuisine.   Sweet Tea Southern-style sweet tea quenches thirst and perfectly complements all traditional barbecue fare.
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  • It's Football Season! 3 Tips To Help You Throw The Perfect Tailgate Party

    It's football season. Time to get ready for the games and the parties. Whether you watch the game at home or head to the stadium, tailgate parties are an important part of any football game. Tailgate parties don't have to be extravagant, but they do need to include lots of delicious food and plenty of cold beverages. Here are five food and beverage ideas that will make your tailgate party a fan favorite.
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  • Fun History And Trivia About Garland Stoves

    If you're waiting for Garland stove parts, consider yourself lucky. Yes, lucky. If you had lived just a short time ago in history--as recently as the early 1800s--you wouldn't have even had a stove. Fortunately the Garland stove and its manufacturer paved the way for stoves in the US and throughout the world. Here's a bit of fun trivia and some history about the Garland stove to keep you entertained until your repair can be completed.
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  • Hunting Can Help Feed Your Family

    When the economic times get tough, the tough go hunting -- for dinner. It may seem like a return to the olden days, but hunting is actually an excellent way to feed not just your family, but other families, as well. According to the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, one deer can provide 50 pounds of venison. That's a lot of protein for families that may not be able to afford more traditional types of meat, such as beef, pork or chicken.
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