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Understanding Quality Ingredients

As a restaurant owner, it can be easy to get into a rut. You might use the same food supplier that you always have, which might lead to a boring menu and an unhappy crowd. However, if you can learn how to keep your ingredient choices fresh and interesting, you might be able to enjoy a healthier bottom line. This blog is all about teaching people to understand quality ingredients, from choosing bread to understanding cuts of meat. Check out these articles to learn how to transform your little corner restaurant into a popular destination. By appreciating ingredients, you might be able to make something beautiful.

3 Fortified Wines To Try

If you're a wine lover but have not explored the world of fortified wines, then that needs to change. These are great wines that enhance your dining experience. They are not a replacement for your favorite Cabernet or Chardonnay, but rather as an addition. The great thing about fortified wines is that they don't spoil as fast as regular wine. The increased level of sugar in the wines allows them to last longer. Read More 

Understanding Your Wedding Catering Options

As much as brides plan their weddings down to the detail, the main thing that guests remember for years to come is the food. They might not remember every single detail about the food served at your wedding, but they'll remember if they felt satisfied or hungry, and if the food was good or bad. So it's safe to say that the one thing you can do to provide a great wedding experience is feed your guests well. Read More 

The Ultimate Garlic And Onion Pizza Sauce Recipe

If you want to take your homemade pizza to the next level of deliciousness, look to the sauce. This sauce recipe is made with plenty of roasted garlic and onions, so it has many layers of enticing flavor. The recipe makes enough for about 6 pizzas, so feel free to freeze when you don't initially use, so you can make delicious homemade pizzas time and time again. Ingredients: 2 medium yellow onions, diced 2 heads of garlic 8 – 10 large, red, ripe tomatoes 1 teaspoon sugar 1 ½ teaspoons salt 3 tablespoons dried oregano 3 tablespoons olive oil ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper 1 small can tomato paste ½ cup water Directions: Read More