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Which ice type is right for your business? We will walk you through the differences and their function.
Starting a new business can be a daunting process. Worrying about having cash on hand to pay bills or better yet, pay employees is always a top priority for startup owners. QuickSpark has created an infographic to help owners better manage cash flow for their business!
Let these recommendations spark ideas of how you can use gourmet popcorn to complement your beer selection!
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Prescriptive rules of etiquette — even those starchy, hoity-toity, three-sorts-of-dinner-fork type rules — didn’t just crop up randomly. Smart people like Judith Martin, Amy Vanderbilt, and Emily Post paid close attention to both successful dinner guests and unpopular ones and thought about how the differences in their social tics affected the flow of a conversation or the atmosphere in a room. They listed these behaviors in notebooks, found the patterns, and then got their findings published. Good and bad manners existed well before Emily Post — all she did was jot them down.
We noticed that a bizarrely large number of customers have called in recently asking us how to install new water filters in their ice machines—we’re talking like a sudden six-fold increase in filtration-related questions here—and we couldn’t help but wonder if maybe the universe is trying to tell us something. Now, the J.E.S. New Employee Corporate HR Handbook has a short section in it that warns employees against “needless attribution of unexplained phenomena [to] serendipity,” and then goes on to discourage “reading too much into, or explicitly trusting and/or believing in, so-called ‘Signs from the Universe,’ ” but, just this one time, we’ve chosen to ignore company policy and listen to our guts and take the time to draw up a diagram for y’all to use. We hope it helps!
Over the years, keg sizes have become a somewhat confusing topic for those looking to purchase their own direct draw serving equipment and kegerators for their bar, restaurant, or residence. After centuries of use in the preparation and storage of alcoholic beverages, the essentially arbitrary sizing system of barrels and kegs has become a bit cumbersome, and the exact meaning of “keg” during a conversation varies depending on the interpretation of the person with which you are speaking. Although keg sizes are not officially standardized from one location to the next, there are generally accepted regional standards that will help make selecting appropriately-sized kegs a simple endeavor.
Hey beer lovers! If you’re a veteran of craft beer or if you’re trying to learn more about beer culture, you already know that things can get confusing. Take kegs for example. There are so many different kinds!
Whether you use different sizes of kegs in your bar kegerator or you want to know what size keg your home kegerator needs, this handy keg size comparison chart will tell you which keg you need to buy.
Now that it's Football Season, millions of people are firing up the grill and cooking up delicious meals. But how many of you are making these common grilling mistakes?
The racks, ovens, refrigerators, and heating cabinets used by restaurants are all designed to hold the same style of pan. Everything’s standardized. A sheet of hot cookies can be pulled out of an oven, carried across the kitchen, and then slid into a holding cabinet without you prying the cookies off one pan and dropping them onto another.
We’ve discussed wine pairing in previous posts, but sometimes a more handy, visual guide can be very useful when making those quick dinner decisions. Here is a comprehensive chart of wine pairing advice, courtesy of winefolly.com.
You must’ve heard that 75% of taste actually comes from the way a thing smells. So tell me this: why would any reasonable person keep good beer confined inside the bottle? Release it! Let it breathe! Whenever beer is poured into a glass, its bubbles get dislodged and float to the surface, tugging those delicious beery aromas along with them. But as you’re soon to find out, choosing a beer glass is more complicated than just opening the cupboard and grabbing whichever one’s in front. Scroll through this infographic and you’ll learn which glass your beer needs—nay—deserves.
We don't mean to worry you or anything, but your kitchen is trying to kill you. That's right. Every year millions of people are sent to the emergency room due to kitchen accidents. Here's an infographic to better explain.
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