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Hillary Sterling

Hillary Sterling, Chef de Cuisine at A Voce Madison in NYC

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Cici’s Bill Spae

CiCi’s Pizza opened its first restaurant in Plano, Texas in 1985. We are now one of the nation’s fastest growing pizza chains.

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Sani Professional Offers Cleaner, Less Expensive Surface Wipe Solution

A dirty rag that is repeatedly used to clean surfaces is a breeding ground for the growth of bacteria, and a foodborne illness outbreak can cause irreparable damage to a restaurant business.

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Clorox Professional Cleaners & Degreasers Offers the Foodservice Industry a New & Innovative Line

Removing grease build-up is time intensive, arduous and is one of the biggest issues facing restaurant owners and kitchen managers.  Grease formation is unavoidable yet the smallest grease mess can increase the risk of fire or create slippery floors for employees.  In fact, slips and falls are the No. 1 accident in the foodservice industry, accounting for 57 percent of all general liability claims.

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Wendy’s Debuts New “Menu” Of Store Designs

In recent months, Dublin, Ohio-based Wendy’s overtook Burger King as the number two fast-food restaurant in America. It’s rise was aided by the introduction of new menu items, including its W cheeseburger and new chicken sandwiches. But now Wendy’s has created a “menu” of a different kind: four new up-to-date store design prototypes, which debuted last year. The initial ten prototypes will expand to 20 new restaurants and 50 remodeled restaurants later this year.

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Jesse Schenker

Chef Jesse Schenker has amassed an impressive culinary history on his way to becoming executive chef and owner of Recette, the urban, contemporary American restaurant which opened in New York’s Greenwich Village in January of 2010. Just months after its opening, Recette received glowing two-star reviews from both the New York Times and New York Magazine. Sam Sifton also called Recette one of his favorite newcomers of 2010, particularly noting Schenker’s Salt Cod Fritters as “one of the 15 best things” he ate in NYC in 2010.

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Leo Robitschek

What made you become a mixologist , any bartending or culinary schooling?
I started “bartending” while attending college in Miami. In retrospect, I was an awful bartender, mostly slinging shots and beers. After moving to New York City, I decided to leave finance and return to school in pursuit of a medical degree. This led me to my first real experience with hospitality. I began working at Sushi Samba under the guidance of Paul Tanguay, now of Tippling Brothers Consulting. They required all staff to partake in mandatory sake, beer, wine, and spirits classes. This is where my love affair for cocktails and spirits began.

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Joe Campanale

Born and raised in Queens, New York, Joe Campanale became most inspired by the culinary diversity of city life during his studies at New York University. Joe has written about wine for various media outlets and has appeared on television shows including NBC’s Today Show, Rachael Ray and Martha Stewart.

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Morten Sohlberg Q&A

Mr. Sohlberg is the Founder of Sessions.edu, Smörgås Chef Restaurant Group, and Blenheim Hill Farms. He has over 20 years of experience from various industries. Total Food had a chance to sit down and talk with him about his farm and restaurant business.

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NYSRA Supports Council’s Efforts to Examine Letter Grading System

NYSRA Supports Council's Efforts to Examine Letter Grading System

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