Posts Tagged ‘Kitchen’

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 […]


Chef in Training Food Central encourages its students to cook for the family – More of like preparing a whole set of home menu that they’ve planned, maintain control over, brainstormed, understand its viability, performed costing, set up taste-control & create an ambient out of it. Basically, it’s more of painting a thousand words for […]


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 […]


Keep an eye on: These. In many of our experiences, including mine and yours, we should’ve seen many blurps and blunders in restaurants and coffee shops alike: They have some errors that you may not want to follow, as these are common blurps and blunders that will annoy customers. Just like you and me, when […]


Duty of a Head Chef is Internal Marketing? After a small meeting today with the board of Directors and Food Central’s crazy Chief Operating Officer cum Saucier Elios, we decided to give it a thumbs up and go ahead with our series of Kitchen DutiesĀ in coming blog posts which Von Cook will further explain, and […]


The BreakEven point? Many of us know what’s the breakeven point in accounts – It’s especially important to constantly update, analyze, scan and learn from the restaurant cost sheet (below) as we move along in a new business. Getting regular updates regarding this serves many purpose – And today, we’re going to look into what […]


Are you restaurant-friendly? If you’ve worked in a commercial kitchen before, you’d probably know that there are actually many disputes between the service and kitchen staff. Service staff will always be rambling their way about the quality of food, the time taken to cook and kitchen staff will be swinging their mighty ladle or fillet […]


Doing nothing in the kitchen? Certain start-up restaurants have this case, or some medium-sized to big restaurants, or kitchens in hotels face this problem – There is nothing left to do in the kitchen: So what should I do? If we’re talking about home kitchen, it’s advisable to move on and just do something else. […]



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