Mindful that one man’s Top 10 list is another’s laundry list of dining woes, following is a tasteful report of what the restaurant industry is currently cooking up and, well, cooking for what remains of 2013.
What’s Cooking? Food and Beverage Trends 2013
PA RAMP Program Certification for only $25 | Learn2Serve
Learn2Serve PA RAMP course introduces the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB), RAMP, and the roles of each in safe and responsible alcohol service in Pennsylvania. This course identifies the importance of laws, house policies, and various types of liabilities, and the duties that come with each of these. Alcohol and its effect on the body — mentally and physically — are covered in this cours
A Guide To Gluten Free Restaurants
Is the restaurant industry takes people with allergies with gluten foods seriously? Learn more about how you can deal with it.
3 Easy-to-Make Festive Fall Cocktails
Get your hands on these awesome fall cocktails and impress your guest with your mixologist skills. Top 3 Easy-to-Make Festive Fall Cocktails recipes here!
Keeping your Daily Catch Fresh and Foodborne Illness-Free
The sun is up, and you’re looking forward to your next big catch. The birds surround you as if you’re in a scene from a sappy movie. You could have brought a special someone with you, but then you’d like to bask in the stillness and take in the sights alone. This is the time you’ve been waiting for. The last thing you want is a foodborne illness to spoil the fun. Learn more about how to keep your
The Legend of the Mai Tai
Know your cocktail! Learn more about how mai tai became one of the famous drinks today and some recommended recipes to get you started.
Tips for Restaurant Employees to Combat Public Intoxication
Managing Public Intoxication as a Bar owner or employee. Learn2Serve gives you tips on how to prevent and manage it to avoid having your licenses suspended.
Which Craft? Why the Craft Brew Craze is Flowing
These days Americans are discovering a wide variety of craft brews and microbrews unheard of just a few years ago. We’re tasting a spectrum of Old-World styles and modern innovations. Craft brewers have proved that so much more water, malted barley, yeast and hops go into a good beer. The creativity and passion they put into their product is apparent with every taste. Learn more about it here.