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Semolina is a course, pale yellow flour that is made from durum wheat. Durum wheat is the hardest species of wheat, meaning it is has a high protein and gluten content and is highly resistant to milling. The milling process of durum wheat results in coarse wheat middlings, known as semolina flo....
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You may have seen fondant-covered cakes on popular baking shows or at weddings you've attended. If used properly, fondant gives cakes a smooth, seamless covering that makes the perfect blank canvas for further decoration. While similar in purpose to buttercream and traditional European marzipan, fo....
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In the era of consumer-generated content, restaurant owners cant afford to ignore online reviews. Online reviews of restaurants and referrals are what can bring customers into your business or turn them away from dining with you. Learn more about how to get customers to keep coming back, leaving ....
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At the first sign of warmer weather, preferences in beer styles start to lean towards lighter, crisper beers with lower alcohol content. An industry term used to describe the perfect summertime beer is crushable , which means that a beer is easy to drink and the ABV is low enough that you don't h....
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Mise en place is French for putting in place and is used for prepping kitchen equipment and food before serving. Mise en place, which first began being used in the late 1800s, is most commonly used today in professional kitchens, cooking shows, cooking classes, and restaurants. Chances are that y....
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Using the correct types of glasses for your crafted cocktails isnt just for presentation, it also improves the drinking experience for your guests. The shape of the cocktail glass dictates how the glass is held in the hand, which affects the temperature of the drink. Some glasses are designed to ....
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Well drinks, also called rail drinks, are mixed drinks made with the lowest tier liquor that a bar stocks. These lower-cost spirits are usually stored within easy reach of the bartender, in the speed-rail or well , which explains the origin of the name. The well is the best place to keep the bars m....
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From the guest working on a laptop or reading a novel to the group of friends catching up, coffee shops are the go-to spot for a wide range of customers. Your coffee shop interior has the ability to engage your guests, increase comfort, and urge them to become loyal patrons. Whether youre just ope....
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Hotel guests have come to seek out and even expect food options during their stay, whether it be from an on-site restaurant, room service , or a complimentary continental breakfast. If youre looking to open your own hotel, you may be wondering what is included in a continental breakfast and how ho....
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If you own a bar or are looking to open a bar, one way to personalize the cocktails on your menu is to sprinkle in some homemade ingredients. In the age of DIY-ing almost anything and everything, why not make your own bar ingredients? This may seem like a daunting task, but rest assured, it's not a....
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