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Everest Refrigeration, Reviewed.

Today we are going to talk about Everest Refrigeration equipment.  Good refrigeration equipment is the cornerstone to a successful kitchen.  Whether you own a bar or a restaurant equipped with a full-service kitchen.  In the back of the house you will need refrigerators to store your ingredients.  Anyone who has ever worked in a kitchen […]

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Buying An Icemachine

Opening a restaurant can be an overwhelming task, especially when it comes to building your kitchen.  For the first time business owner all the options and choices when it comes to equipment can be confusing.  Here at the Restaurant Blog, we are dedicated to helping you find the equipment that you need to make your […]

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Charbroilers, Explained!

While we have talked about different types of restaurant ranges here at the restaurant blog, we haven’t discussed one of the most popular forms of preparing meats and other proteins, the charbroiler.  The charbroiler is closest to a griddle, in that food is cooked directly on its top.  However, this is where the similarities end.  […]

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Buying Used Restaurant Equipment: A Risky Proposition

There are many sites on the internet offering used restaurant equipment.  Buying used can be a tempting option for new business owners because building a kitchen from the ground up is so expensive.  As we’ve discussed in some of our other blogs most restaurants are opened with a small amount of start-up capital.  Because fryers, […]

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Choosing the Dishmachine that is Right for Your Business

A good dishmachine is an essential part of any well-functioning kitchen.  When things get busy during a dinner shift on a Friday or Saturday night the dishes inevitability start piling up.  It is essential that any restaurant has the necessary equipment to keep up with the dirty plates and silverware that are a constant during […]

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Where to Buy Kitchen Equipment Online

Online shopping has changed the face of how Americans do business.  According to The Huffington Post, “the internet economy is projected to comprise about 5.4 percent of the country’s estimated GDP” in 2016.  This means that Americans are on course to spend 100 billion dollars on the internet this year alone.  Business’ are quickly discovering that […]

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