Archive for the ‘Restaurant Food’ Category

Tap Water for my soup? Oh my God! Have you ever had that problem? Probably the soup feels weird, the poached fish tasted funny, or probably your iced water drink tastes as if it is been left there for years? Yes, it could be. And for a bartender to ‘portray’ to his consumers that he […]


Mom, why are these scrambled eggs dry? The more people we serve, the better our knowledge is, the fresher our stocks are, the higher the turnover rate, the longer the accounts go, the more invoices and receipts our restaurant have. But if we come to the understanding of a particular something which we’re so good […]


Kitchen Terms of Wet, Moist and Dry Before we start telling you the difference between using the term wet, moist and dry, you have to understand these: Food Central has been bombarded with questions that would require only a one-timer answer, unless there is another question which differs itself much to the topic that we’re […]


Kitchen Hygiene, please itchens can be very dirty places if the management wants it to be, or leaves it piling up trash. Kitchen hygiene should be emphasized a lot – Not only kitchens that provide food for airplane trips (with HACCP checkpoints) but also the standard kitchen in restaurants we visit all the time. It’s […]


Thickening Agents – Roux Roux has been used in the Culinary industry for a long period of time up to date. Not only it’s practical to its usage, roux is also very useful in terms adding flavor to soups or sauces. There are many stipulations to Roux as there is with politics today, as this […]


Pickling Foods – Guide to Pickles Pickles are great food accompaniments to certain food products – At least we think so. Whether it’s going to be black olives on your Cream Cheese baguette or Gherkins on your McDonalds burger patty, once it’s practical, it’ll always be practical. Pickles are easy to make and lasts very […]


What alternatives to common food seasoning? When we talk about food seasoning, we always refer to common food seasoning like salt, pepper, chicken powder, monosodium glutamate (MSG) or Ajinomoto (it’s a brand name), white pepper, fish stock powder, etc. However, there are always ways to enjoy hot & cold, sweet and savory foods without the […]


What duties should a Head Chef practice? All of us loves going to fancy restaurants, being serve by wondrous service staff and beautiful platters of food. Many times, the amount of DOLLARS in our pocket are keeping us away from these robust-looking, exquisite ambient, fancy restaurants. Besides, foods presented to us so nonchalantly beautiful made […]


Flavored Salt and Sugar Many kitchens fail to see the importance of flavored salt and flavored sugar can bring them – Especially when it comes to something called ‘being unique’. Flavored salt and sugar do not take a long process to produce, and it goes a long way for a restaurant, in terms of branding, […]


Thinking of ways on how to reduce food cost in your restaurant can be a tiring task. While some kitchen staff may curse (behind the scenes) the Head Chef for always sitting in the Chef’s office reading newspapers, drinking wine and chatting on the phone; they do not really understand what goes behind the minds […]