Making burgers even more craveable? It’s possible!

Canadian consumers are constantly craving delicious treats and burgers have long been a go-to favourite for their adaptability. Did you know, for example, that 79 per cent of consumers eat burgers away from home at least once a month according to recent Dataessential statistics? A great burger is about so much more than just the […]

Get cooking and save energy with Enbridge Gas and Save on Energy

Saving energy and cooking efficiently has never been more important than in 2021, with restaurants and foodservice operators looking to maximize their margins and get the most out of their kitchen equipment. Enbridge Gas and Save on Energy are here to help with their Distributor Discount program. Ontario-based commercial kitchens and restaurants can get instant […]

Bring Nashville heat to your menu

Nashville Buffalo Hot Chicken Sandwich Chef Chen Chen’s Nashville Buffalo Chicken Sandwich is a sweet and smoky tribute to a Tennessee classic. Made with Cattlemen’s® Memphis Sweet BBQ Sauce, Frank’s RedHot® Original Cayenne Pepper Sauce, and a hint of OLD BAY® seasoning, this dish brings unforgettable flavour to menus. Servings: 4 Ingredients Chicken 4 pc […]

International dining: The new local cuisine

After spending more than a year-and-a-half at home, Canadians have had the time to sharpen their amateur chef skills. From making simple dishes from scratch and perfecting their knife techniques to feeding their own sourdough starter, people from coast to coast have a newfound respect for freshly prepared food. The growing interest in how we […]

How ketchup is “cutting the mustard” in Canada

Ketchup’s history is a bit of a mystery We don’t know precisely when and how ketchup came to be, but scholars and historians agree that the likeliest origin happened during the 1600s. The Chinese created a mélange of pickled fish and spices and called it Ke-tsiap — from the Amoy dialect “koe-chiap” or “ke-chiap,” meaning the brine of pickled […]

Rejuvenate and refresh staff with Love Yoga Festival!

The restaurant industry and its workers definitely deserve a fun night out, and there’s no better way than with Love Yoga Festival. On Thursday, August 26, from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m., McMichael Canadian Art Gallery in Kleinburg, Vaughan, Ont. is hosting a yoga and guided meditation experience under the stars in support of CAMH. […]

Staff management doesn’t have to be complicated

In 2021, running employee operations is so much more than just shift scheduling, but solutions like BarSight Restaurant Systems are here to help. Running a restaurant or other foodservice establishment is very different from a typical 9-5 operation. Even before COVID-19, the scope of responsibilities that operators have to juggle on the staffing side alone […]

Save money & get in the know with Enbridge Gas & Save on Energy

As restaurants and foodservice operations continue to move along the path towards recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, getting the most out of your kitchen equipment and maximizing your thin margins is vital. Thankfully, Enbridge Gas and Save On Energy are here to help. Ontario-based commercial kitchens and restaurants can get instant discounts of up to […]

McCormick Flavour Forecast reveals trends driving taste of tomorrow

The McCormick Flavour Forecast from McCormick, a global leader in flavour, has been uncovering the trends that transform the way that Canadians cook, flavour, and eat for over two decades. In the latest and 21st edition, the McCormick Flavour Forecast identifies the latest and greatest food trends and ingredients in continuation of its pursuit to […]

Enbridge Gas and IESO: Meet the people who are here to help

Enbridge Gas, IESO, and representatives of the Foodservice Distributor Discount Program are here to help foodservice businesses by offering financial support for equipment upgrades, which is especially helpful as the province begins to reopen.  Ontario-based commercial kitchens and restaurants can get instant discounts of up to $1,000 on a wide range of ENERGY STAR® kitchen […]