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Tips for Cleaning and Re-seasoning Cast Iron Cookware



Lodge Manufacturing has made cast iron cooking equipment for more than 110 years. It was not until 2002 Lodge developed a vegetable oil spray system with high temperature gas ovens to season their cookware before it left their warehouse.

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Classic Chocolate Fountains

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Whether you're looking to throw an amazing baby shower, wedding shower, or just to celebrate National Chocolate Day, make it fabulous with a delicious and beautiful chocolate fondue fountain!

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Where + How Do Restaurants Use Berner Air Curtains?

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What is an Air Curtain?

From the office lobby to shipping and receiving, and from our front doors to yours, better environments use Berner! Since 1956 Berner International has been dedicated to maintaining comfortable environments and saving energy with Berner commercial, architectural, and industrial air curtains and doors. Berner air curtains and doors effectively prevent heating or air conditioning from escaping through open doors; while providing substantial energy savings, personal comfort, and insect control. Air Curtains and doors employ a controlled stream of air aimed across an opening to create an air seal. This seal separates different environments while allowing a smooth, unhindered flow of traffic and unobstructed view through the opening. Berner Air Curtains also help stop the infiltration of flying insects. For 60 years Berner has offered unmatched quality, performance, and dependability; saving energy and creating healthy, comfortable environments!

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Stainless Steel vs. Non-Stick Cookware



The type of cookware that you choose for your home or commercial kitchen will have a large influence over your general cooking process. There are a wide variety of different types of pots and pans available to the modern chef, but none are as well-known (and argued about) as stainless steel pans and non-stick pans. The stainless steel vs. non-stick question is asked frequently by shoppers hoping to upgrade or restock their kitchen, and although people often swear by one or the other for a variety of different reasons, it is important to know about the differences between the two before making your decision. Keep the following things in mind when shopping for your next selection of pots and pans.

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Lightweight Fryers Perfect for Small Kitchens


If you don’t have a lot of room in your commercial kitchen but you are finding yourself in need of a good fryer, then you might look at a commercial counter top electric fryer as an option.

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Outdoor Approved Ice Machines from Hoshizaki



It’s no secret that ice machines are not built to handle every type of situation. Generally their performance is subject to the environment and resources available. But thankfully there are some ice makers better equipped to meet the unique demands of the residential customer.

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How To Can Preserves In Your Own Home



Though it’s somewhat of a rigorous process, home canning has been passed down from generations back. It has given families the opportunity to preserve their own foods for years right from the comfort of their own kitchen. Fruits, vegetables, meats, and poultry can be preserved and savored year-round with this unique way of preserving foods. The great part of canning your foods is the reassurance that you will have of opening your can goods months later and guaranteeing the freshness and quality you come to expect from this process.

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Guide to Kitchen Knives

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Kitchen Knives come in many different varieties and it can be overwhelming trying to find what kind of knife you need.

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The Difference Between Stove Top Turkey and Outdoor Smoked Turkey



There are several methods to cooking a turkey or ham for the family dinner table, you can smoke them or cook them on the stove top.

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How To Brew Your Own Beer



A phenomenon has emerged in the brewery world that has caused a chaotic stir among those wanting to make their own beer. Home brewing has not only grown into a popular activity in residential kitchens but it has also gained a reputation in commercial kitchens as well. Making your own brew is a very inexpensive product that will easily rival anything else you could buy in the store.

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How to Choose Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer Accessories

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Owning a KitchenAid stand mixer is considered by many to be one of the defining requirements of an “official” home kitchen. The quality, usefulness, and durability of KitchenAid’s stand mixers are among the best in the industry, and although the price of admission to the KitchenAid owner’s club can be a bit intimidating, it is universally regarded as being well worth the investment.

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Tis’ the Season For Terrific Bundt Cakes!



Tis’ the season to be eating. Christmas is a time for trying a smorgasbord of delectable desserts. There is no better cake around the holiday season than this one. We have a wide selection of cake pans this can be used, but for this I recommend the 56102 Nordic Ware Commercial Wreath Cake. The recipe below is for a Chocolate Cinnamon bundt cake with walnuts and fudge pieces.


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Deep Fry Your Ham for Christmas



If you are going to be making a main entree for your family this Christmas, then having a great Southern Deep Fried Ham will be a temptation none can pass up. The following recipe is a great recipe for true Southern Deep Fried Ham :

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Choosing the Right Popcorn Popper

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Everyone loves popcorn. The delicious, buttery smell makes mouths water, is a great giveaway, gift, or fun food for concessions/events and draws traffic to any size company! If you've decided to buy a popcorn machine for your business or event, the amount of options can seem overwhelming. Don't Worry! We've created this quick-reference popcorn popper guide to ensure that you choose the right size popcorn machine to fit your needs.

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Happy Fall Y'all


'Tis the season for apple picking, pumpkin everything. and that cooler weather we've all been waiting on. 
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Preferred Beer & Popcorn Pairings

Gold Medal Preferred Beer & Popcorn Pairings

Let these recommendations spark ideas of how you can use gourmet popcorn to complement your beer selection!

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Loons, Spoodles, and Spoons. What?



What is a loon ? When most of us hear the word, we immediately picture an aquatic diving bird or perhaps your crazy aunt that hoards everything in her house until she becomes the talk of the neighborhood. In this context, we are referring to a kitchen utensil that can also be called a spoodle.

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The History Of The John Boos Butcher Block Table



With over 125 years in the market, John Boos & Co is the primary provider for gourmet products, butcher blocks, and foodservice equipment in the USA. Capable of both wood and metal manufacturing at the same location, John Boos is the only manufacturer with the opportunity to easily and quickly expand their product offerings to customers!

Shop All John Boos & Co. Here.
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The Very Big, Very American Pinnacle Grill by Holland



What do you picture when I mention “American Cuisine”? And I don’t mean clam chowder or gumbo or some other regional dish like that. No — when I say “American Cuisine,” I’m talking about food popular across the entire country, eaten in all nine time zones. I’m not sure about you, but when I picture the food of America, I imagine paper plates topped with hot dogs, cheeseburgers, sausages, barbecue chicken, and maybe a little yellow corn thrown on the side. America is the land of milk and honey, true, but even more than that, we’re the land of sirloin skewers and baby back ribs. America is a nation of grillers.

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Wood Beats Plastic – Cutting Boards, Chopping Blocks, & Butcher Blocks from John Boos



While plastic is cheaper and more convenient for many applications in today’s modern kitchen sometimes there’s just no substitute for quality old fashioned wood. In addition to durability it adds both style and elegance to your kitchen with it’s antique finishes and beautiful colors. This is one of the reasons you see many world famous chefs on television using wooden cutting products in their shows. When taken care of properly a wooden cutting board, chopping block or butcher block will serve you well for years to come and they become even more attractive as they age.

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JES Restaurant Equipment Buys A B-52 Bomber

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Introducing the ALL NEW B-52 Option from JES Restaurant Equipment!

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A Good Luck Recipe for the New Year



Food has always been deeply embedded in cultures across the globe. It has even been a part of festive traditions and ceremonies for thousands of years. One of the most prevalent food traditions in the United States, namely right here in the South, is sitting down to a meal which includes black-eyed peas and collared greens on New Year’s Day. For a long time, this has been a sign of good fortune as we roll into the new year.

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Wine Glasses 101



Wine glasses are a topic of moderate controversy among various beverage connoisseurs. One wine drinker may insist that the shape of your wine glass matters a great deal, while another might feel that it doesn’t make a significant difference. Some avid wine enthusiasts would argue – perhaps pedantically – that each type of wine tastes better when served in a very specific type of glass matched to the qualities of the wine in question, but most home budgets can’t afford to keep over two dozen different types of wine glasses at the ready, and that’s not to mention the cabinet space that that would require. However, there are some generally accepted rules about what sorts of glasses to use in most everyday wine situations, and having a few different styles on hand should keep you well covered to properly serve just about any type of wine.

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Just Fondue it! – Throwing a Fondue Party



Well, 2011 is almost here and that means its time to put your party hat on and get ready to ring in the New Year. Perhaps you are wanting to throw a New Year’s Eve party but are up in arms as to what you should serve your guests. While ham rolls and other hors d’oeuvres are a great idea for any New Year’s Eve party, they can also be very mundane. A great way to ring in the New Year with a little twist is to throw a fondue party.

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