Cast iron skillets are the workhorse of any kitchen, offering easy transfer from the stovetop to the oven and the versatility to make everything from the perfect dessert to a succulent roast. Caring for your cast iron correctly maintains its optimal cooking condition. Whether you use it in your home kitchen or in a commercial appliance like an industrial stove or oven, here's what you need to know about cleaning and re-seasoning your cast-iron cookware.
Commercial Appliance Checklist for Buying Kitchen Equipment
So you’ve decided to open your very own restaurant. First of all, congratulations! Few things are more satisfying than owning and operating your very own business. That said, we here at CASCO want to make sure you know what to look for in a commercial appliance so you get exactly what you need for your kitchen and your business. Here are a few questions to ask yourself and the seller as you’re searching:
Restaurant Kitchens - Amps, Volts, and Watts | Commercial Appliance Service Company
When you’re operating new restaurant equipment, it can be confusing to understand the electrical specifi-cations. How do you calculate amps, volts, and watts? What exactly do all these numbers mean for your ap-pliances and how do they impact performance? Will your facility’s electricity be able to handle new equip-ment? Here’s a guide to answer these questions about help you make informed decisions regarding electric equipment for restaurant kitchens.
2018 Restaurant Design Trends
While a restaurant’s reputation relies mostly on the quality and taste of its food, don’t underestimate the significant role the atmosphere plays in a customer’s perspective. Outdated décor, improper lighting, and too little space can all make the experience of eating at your restaurant unpleasant or boring. We at CASCO don’t want to see you lose business due to something so easy to fix, so try these restaurant design trends of 2018 to put energy and enticement back into your establishment
How to Know When Buying Used Restaurant Equipment is a Smart Move
Restaurant equipment can be expensive. Whether you’re just opening your own restaurant or simply need new machines to expand your existing menu, there are benefits and drawbacks to purchasing used pieces. Before you make a decision, answer these questions to increase your odds of making a smart purchase.
1. How Often Will It Get Used?
It is crucial that core equipment is always functioning properly. If your primary menu items are fried, it might be a bad idea to buy a used deep fryer. On the other hand, if you only offer a few fried dishes, it is not as necessary that you have the best deep fryer on the market.