If you're like most busy working parents, you're often overwhelmed by the end of your work day when it's time to shift gears to parent mode and get something delicious and nutritious on the family dinner table — and perhaps you find yourself going through the drive-through at one of the local fast food joints more often than you'd like. Although fast food is okay as an occasional treat when time is running particularly short, it's not a good option for regular family fare.
If you are sick of working for someone else and want to be your own boss, one great idea is to open a sandwich shop. Of course before you embark on this type of endeavor, you must carefully consider a variety of factors in order to give the business a good chance to succeed. This article takes an in-depth look at three of the most crucial aspects of starting a sandwich shop: how to enter the market, finding a good location and food safety laws.
Many people love eating Italian food. It is an American favorite, which is why there are so many great Italian restaurants throughout the nation. However, some people worry that Italian food is too unhealthy. Luckily, you can still enjoy Italian food while making healthy choices. Here are 4 ways to enjoy Italian food without expanding your waistline.
1. Opt For Whole Wheat
Italian food is all about the breads. Just because you are trying to eat healthier doesn't mean you have to remove all carbs.
The Frymaster is a popular commercial deep fryer. It is commonly found in fast-food restaurants; however, it may also be found in any commercial restaurant. Although it is a high-end fryer, it can experience issues after years of use—or improper use.
The two most common issue with deep fryers—including the Frymaster—are power and burner related. Here you'll find easy steps for troubleshooting these issues.
Issues with the Power Supply
If your deep fryer is not functioning properly, it might be experiencing power issues.
You're probably not alone if you've entered a Japanese restaurant and used the terms "sushi" and "sashimi" interchangeably. Although they sound similar in name, there is a difference. Before you go out to DaRuMa Japanese SteakHouse and Sushi Lounge, brush up on your each term to make sure you understand what you're really ordering!
What is Sashimi?
Sashimi often refers to thin slices of fish that are uncooked. However, it can also be a piece of meat--not necessarily seafood--which is cooked and then draped over a garnish with one perilla leaf slice.