2 Tips For Making Thicker Milkshakes At Your Restaurant

If you own and operate a restaurant, you may offer milkshakes on your menu. However, you may also notice that they do not always have the thick, rich consistency that your customers desire. If so, use the following tips for making thicker milkshakes at your restaurant: Add Milk a Little at a Time The purpose of milk in a shake is to help soften the ice cream enough to mix in the ingredients and whip it into a light, creamy consistency. Read More 

Eating Out Without Throwing Your Diet Out The Window

Many of the social activities that adults enjoy are centered around food. Going out to a restaurant with a significant other or a group of friends is a common way for adults to spend time with one another. If you are trying to lose weight, eating out could be detrimental to achieving your diet and fitness goals. If you think that you have to sacrifice eating out in order to become healthy, you couldn't be more wrong. Read More 

Send A Gift That Supplies Satisfaction - Times To Send Someone Else A Sandwich

The expansion of the internet and the service economy has placed more food at your fingertips than perhaps any other time in history. The ease of ordering an excellent sandwich online and having it arrive at your doorstep can make that an incredibly appealing option, but it's important to remember that you're also able to extend the same courtesy to others. If you have a friend or loved one who's busy, stressed out, or just in need of a gesture of kindness, it's important to remember that the same tools which you use for convenience can also be used to put a little light in their lives. Read More 

Four Things A Vacationing American Needs To Know About Authentic British Pubs In Canada

If you have ever wanted to visit a British pub, but doubt you will travel to Great Britain any time in the future, the good news is that there are authentic British Pubs in most of the larger Canadian cities. However, not every pub that claims to be traditionally British is truly authentic. The following are four attributes of an authentic British pub. The food Traditional food served in a pub is meant to fill a person up, and not spicy or salty foods to generate more thirst in a patron. Read More 

Guessing How Much Food Your Party Needs

It's always better to order too much food than not enough. You can always keep leftovers and if you do not have enough food, that can bring a halt to the party. But since you may not want to waste money on food, you should try to estimate how much food you will need as closely as possible. There are several questions you should ask when deciding on how much food you need. Read More