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Beer Foam? Lowering Keg Pressure is Not the Answer

It is amazing how often service calls are made because the CO2 gas regulator has been improperly adjusted.

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NYC Chef Chang Teams With Maple To Compete In Home Delivery Arena

Maple, a David Chang-backed restaurant in New York City, doesn’t have any tables, cash registers, or waiters. Instead, its customers order meals through its website or mobile app, and a fleet of bike couriers deliver them.

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M. Tucker’s Morgan Tucker Takes Reigns Of The American Institute of Wine and Food’s New York City Chapter

Your customers like to order wine.  But do they know enough about it?

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McCain’s New Brew City Line Offers Metro NYC Operators Easy Access To Creating Signature Appetizers With Upcharge Potential

A French fry is a French fry, right? Not if you’re a company called McCain.

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The 23rd Annual International Restaurant & Foodservice Show Of New York Reports Strong Attendance And Exhibitor Response

Industry Trade Show and Conference Named One of the Top Events In New York

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Best New Products Announced At International Restaurant & Foodservice Show Of New York

Thousands of new products and services for restaurants, caterers and foodservice establishments were introduced during this week's International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center.

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Jersey’s NJRE Debuts Much Anticipated New Facility

You can’t run a restaurant without equipment and Neil Cohen feels his company may have everything you need.

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Irinox USA Brings Energy Efficient Equipment Line Focused On Menu Consistency To Javits

Are you concerned about preserving the freshness of your product offerings, while needing help in controlling spiraling food, labor and energy costs? Irinox USA has the answer for you.

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French Firm Debuts Jersey Distribution Facility To Support Commitment To Tri-State Chefs And Beverage Community

The next time your pasty chef goes to make his lemon tart, how about using something that tastes as close to the fruit as the fruit itself, but without having to peel it or remove the seeds or get rid of the core?

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Giovanna Delli Compagni Is First Female Winner Of The C-CAP 2016 Daniel Boulud Scholarship

On January 12th, Daniel Boulud hosted the C-CAP Culinary Competition at his restaurant Café Boulud to determine the lucky young chef who would receive a full-tuition scholarship to study at the Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon, France.

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