Innovation Blog

In Need of New Catering Food Warmers?

When the time comes to replace kitchen equipment and appliances, there is always a tension between comfort and curiosity. Should you order the same old comfortable brand that you've always ordered, or should you take a chance on something new?

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Investing in Quality Catering Food Warmers

The catering industry, though only a small cross-section of food service as a whole, contributes upwards of $45 million a year to the economy. If you make up one of the many men and women employed in this noble field, then you know how competitive the market can be.

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Producing Prime Rib Profitably with Thermodyne: A Roundtable with the Baker Street Team

For a restaurant, prime rib can be a big profit generator – or a big headache if it’s not cooked and held properly. Baker Street Steakhouse, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, is renowned for its prime rib. On an average weeknight, this fine-dining steakhouse serves up about 15 pounds of prime rib; on weekends, that number can be closer to 25 pounds. We asked the Baker Street team to tell us why they chose the Thermodyne and the Fluidshelf Technology to produce their delicious prime rib.

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Restaurant Chain Triples Sales Thanks to Equipment Partnership

Drake & Morgan has outlined the difference that innovative foodservice equipment can make to a fast-growing restaurant operation after it was forced to bring in extra kit to cope with a seasonal spike in demand. Over the recent Christmas period, the volume of covers that the chain served almost tripled, leading it to call on supplier Thermodyne for help.

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