• Food Business

    How Restaurants Respond To Food Poisoning

    No restaurant wants to be responsible for a case of food poisoning, but the fact is, it happens. When cooks are less than vigilant, or even when a shipment is not what it should be, you run the risk of a lawsuit. What do you do if you’re selling food that caused food poisoning? This article breaks it down. An Ounce Of Prevention Always be sure that you are ready for the eventuality of food poisoning. If your restaurant serves foods that are more likely to cause sicknesses, such as raw fish or rare meat, be ready. Post a warning in the restaurant and on the menu stating that these…

  • Healthy Eating

    3 Nutrition Concerns You Should Talk To Your Doctor About

    If you’ve been to see the doctor recently, you know that your physician or medical assistant makes it a priority to address any of your concerns or questions before you leave the office. However, for most people, it’s often difficult to remember any medical questions or concerns that arise in your daily life, even if you do have a question at one point. But just because you can’t remember them doesn’t mean they’re not important to bring up with your medical provider, especially if they have to do with your daily nutrition. Because your body gets the vitamins, nutrients, and energy it needs from the food you eat, it’s vital that you…

  • World Cuisines

    Unique Places to Enjoy Food and Drinks

    The partaking of food and drink together is a huge way that we as humans connect. Just think about it. Especially with the nearing of the holidays, it is a perfect example of how so many things we do in communion with each other revolve around food! Thanksgiving may be all about giving thanks for what we have and how we got to where we are, but it has been made into a holiday centered around food and beverages like turkey and eggnog. Not to be consumed at the same time, of course. Christmas is the same, as are most of the other holidays. Halloween, Valentines Day, 4th of July, etc.…

  • Food and Candy

    5 Best Snacks for a Road Trip

    Road trips are fantastic ways to bond with your family or friends and see the world. There is nothing quite like the freedom of the open road and miles and miles of gorgeous scenery out the windows. But if you forget to bring snacks while on a lengthy trip, you could run into some trouble. Health experts agree that you should eat every three hours. If you go too long without eating, you can lose concentration and feel tired. Plus, if you’re on a road trip, you don’t want to spend money on expensive rest-stop meals. Here are the five best snacks to pack for a road trip to keep your…

  • Cook's Tips

    4 Tips for Presenting Your Servings for Maximum Appeal

    So you’re planning a great dinner to impress someone, but you’re not quite sure how to assemble the food on the plate to best effect? For starters, it’s good that you’re thinking about plating the food (that’s what the gourmet chefs call it). Remember, when trying to impress someone with food, you’re creating a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach. You want to make it pretty on the plate. Here are four tips for making your dishes look nifty. 1. Sauce as decoration Perhaps you’re serving a dish that includes a sauce. This could be an integral sauce (one made from the pan drippings of meat) or…