I work in the Produce dept. of a huge Grocery store and I can make any easy veggie deomo tomorrow. I only have a small work suface with a electric grill or fry pan/wok. Last week I made a grilled corn, grilled scallion, cherry tomato salad with our store brand tarragon vinegrette. I need some ideas!!! This needs to be simple enough for customers to make it easily at home.
My husband purchased some Starbucks Coffee Pods and when he got home was really mad when he discovered only 10 pods in the box. All other brands have 12 pods for about the same price!!!! So we decided not to get them and buy other brands instead. And I work at a grocery store and saw a customer with the Starbucks Pods in his basket and made him aware of how many are in the box and he went back to the coffee section. and got a different brand too. Why do companies do this???
Back in the beginning of the month I talked about a boy I see buying loads of strawberries everyday at the Grocery store where I work. Well a co worker asked him what he does with all the strawberries and he said he eats them. On Saturday he bought $40.00 worth of strawberries. I could have surf & turf everyday for that much money. Now I want to know how can he afford this!!??
I work in a busy grocery store in the produce dept. I cook veggies and give out samples. Every single day sometimes twice a day a customer (maybe around 18 or 20 yrs old) comes in a buys at least 4 or 5 packages of strawberries. Sometimes it is even the big 3lb. packages. Wouldn't that many strawberries make someone sick eating them every day??????
I am in charge of a Panini Station in a busy grocery stores Prepared Food Cafe. On Sunday I need to come up with 3 different Panini's for the week. I am going to make a Raisin Bread w/ Goat Cheese, Roasted Red Pepper & Spinach so far.. Any suggestions?
I work at a major supermarket in Upstate NY. Im being put in charge along with another chef on a fast fresh lunch station. Im looking for ideas for quick customer friendly lunches. Some daily prep will be involved. Any sugestions would be great.
I am opening a small Cafe serving breakfast & lunch, any suggestions. (Not too pricey)
I'm going to Toronto next weekend with a couple of friends and would love to go to a great Chinese Buffet restaurant, can anyone help?
I am having the President of our Local University over for dinner next week and have come to a standstill on what to make for dessert. My menu includes Coconut Shrimp for an appetizer, Steak Oscar & twice baked potatoes along with roasted brussel sprouts for the Entre. I would like to make a nice light dessert, any suggestions would be great, thanks
I work in a restaurant and a server asked why in most restaurants is there always a odd number in a appetizer order? Like 5 shrimp in a shrimp cocktail or 3 crab cakes?
Im trying to make a weeks worth of Vegetarian meals for a friend and I need some ideas maybe something that could be frozen and reheated as well as fresh ideas. Thanks!
I picked some great Blueberries and froze them. Does anyone know if I made Angelfood batter and dropped a few of the berries in would they bake ok? I think I would just dust them with Powder Sugar when cool.
Does anyone know what the standard charges for catering are these days? I think it was the food cost times 3 but that seems like a lot because the food cost has risen so much in the last couple years. In my opinon it still takes the same amount of time to prepare the food.
I was wondering if anyone works for an employer that has lunch catered once a week for the employees? (between 30-50 people).
A vegan game-day snack made with ultra-crisp battered cauliflower tossed in garlicky buffalo sauce.
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