Training Your Restaurant Crew

Training Your Restaurant Crew

  • Two Non-Spicy Chicken Wing Sauces Your Customers Will Love

    Chicken wings are a classic bar-and-grill style appetizer, but not everyone loves the traditional, spicy Buffalo sauce they're often topped with. In order to cater to customers who like to keep things a bit milder, try making one or both of these non-spicy wing sauces for use on your restaurant's wings. Honey-Lime Sauce Infused with the flavor of fresh limes, this sauce has a nice balance of tart and sweet. The recipe makes enough to coat about 100 wings and can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a week if needed.

  • Top 5 Ways To Serve Tacos On Taco Tuesday

    Having a fun theme night is a great way to draw customers into your restaurant. Taco Tuesdays are quite popular; however, you'll want to make sure a different type of taco is featured each week in order to keep families and groups of friends coming back again and again.  Taco Salad Taco salads are visually appealing to diners, as they feature a vibrant array of colors. They also appeal to the more health conscious individuals who aren't interested in feasting on flour tortillas.

  • 3 Best Authentic Mexican Dishes

    Whether you're in Mexico itself or at home in the United States, you have to get hold of authentic Mexican food. Authentic Mexican food runs the range of the flavor spectrum. One moment you'll be downing something filling and savory, the next light and flaky, and yet once again you'll be enjoying something to satisfy your sweet tooth. Throughout the course of this brief article, you will learn about just a few authentic Mexican dishes you absolutely must try.

  • 4 Tips For Ordering Steak

    When you go out to a steakhouse, you expect to have a great meal, and it's easy to put the responsibility for that great meal solely on the restaurant. After all, they're the ones preparing your meal – all you have to do is order and eat. But the truth is, you play a part in how good your meal is too. You can do your part by knowing how to order a steak so that the restaurant can make it to suit you perfectly.

  • 3 Ways To Boost Your Restaurant Traffic

    While it may seem as if your customer base is constantly being inundated with offers for five dollar footlongs, burgers, and pizzas from chain restaurants, according to the National Restaurant Association, seven out of 10 restaurants are single unit operations. This means that the "big box" corporations represent only three of every ten restaurants. That's good news for you as a small, independently owned and operated family restaurant. But while the competition may not be as stiff as you might have imagined with corporations, you do still have to compete with other restaurants for your share of a local piece of the pie.

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    Training Your Restaurant Crew

    As a busy restaurant owner, it isn't always easy to know how to resolve problems. You might have employees that just don't work as hard as they need to or cooks who don't quite understand what you expect in terms of quality. However, this blog is here to help you to know how to hone your operation into a well-oiled machine. Read these articles to learn more about potential problems, the risks your restaurant faces, and ways to keep people from slacking off on the clock. You never know, it might save your business or keep your employees on point.