In the United States, when people talk about going out to an Asian restaurant, they are usually either talking about Chinese, Japanese, or some sort of Asian-American fusion. These cuisines are delicious and fun to experience — there is no doubt about that. But they are just a small sampling of what the various Asian cuisines have to offer. Each cuisine, from each different country, has its own characteristics. Here are a few lesser-known Asian cuisines (at least in the United States) and a look at what each one involves.
Sustainability is not just a buzz word; it is a movement that we can all easily and actively participate in. As a restaurant owner, there are many changes you can make to your business that will increase its sustainability. Increasing the stability of your restaurant will help you connect with a target audience who likes to support healthy, organic, and sustainable restaurants.
Use Reusable Cutlery & Utensils
First, make sure that you are using utensils in your dining room that can be cleaned and reused.
Being responsible for planning and organizing a large corporate event can be a major moment in your career. While this can be an excellent opportunity for networking as well as showcasing your abilities, any serious problems or issues that disrupt the event can have a negative impact on the way that you are perceived.
Create an Effective Plan for Providing Meals
Issues with catering or other food services can be among the most prevalent issues that are encountered when organizing and planning large corporate events.
Spaghetti is one of the most common Italian-American dishes. As such, you would think it would be pretty easy to make, but if you can't manage to replicate the delicious flavor of your favorite Italian restaurant's spaghetti at home, you are not alone! There's more to making delicious spaghetti than you might think. Here are some tips to transform your homemade spaghetti into something you'd be proud to serve at a restaurant table: