Feast Your Eyes

The old saying that you only have a few seconds to make a positive first impression is never more important than when your customers walk into your restaurant and are greeted as their dining experience begins. But what about at the end of the meal?

Recipe: Currant Berry Muffins

Tart, tangy, and almost spicy, currant berries are the perfect contrast to sweet, fluffy muffin batter.

Top Pasta Proteins and Sauces

Chicken tops the list of proteins used in pasta dishes on Canadian menus.

Pizza: A Fresh Perspective

Food trends come and go; pizza remains. They are made in restaurants and at home. They are comfort foods that are versatile and can be surprisingly healthy too. They service all dayparts in a variety of restaurants.

Recipe: Arugula, Shrimp and Mango Salad

Lightly seasoned seafood complements the sweet fruit and peppery arugula of this flavourful salad.

Why Going Green is Good for Business

Going green can be one of the smartest operational decisions you can make for your restaurant. It not only draws environmentally-conscious customers, but saves money in the long run.

Breakfast Sales Boost

With a bit of thought and planning, this first meal of the day can be relatively easy and convenient to make – and appetizingly profitable at the cash register to boot.

The Secret is in the Sauce

What’s in a sauce? Perhaps a lot, even though there may be few ingredients. There are hundreds of sauce variations, but each strives to make the dish taste better.

What to Serve When Love is in the Air

Guests expect something special - not only compared to what they regularly eat at home, but compared to what they’d normally eat at a restaurant.

Host the Super Bowl Party of the Year

The Super Bowl and food go together like, well, Tom Brady launching one to Michael Floyd. The big game is arguably the largest single sporting event on the planet.