While many restaurants struggle to make DoorDash, UberEats and other delivery services a profitable venture, at least company says the answer is in electric scooters. Scooter maker OjO is focusing on food and package delivery as an ideal solution to lower costs and help the environment in its test markets of Dallas, Austin and Memphis.Read more about Will electric scooters raise profitability of food delivery?[…]
The Boise Fry Company has always done things differently like making fries the star attraction with “hamburgers on the side.” Hey, the restaurant is based in Idaho, the Land of Potatoes… what did you expect? Now they’re adding cricket-based Cajun spice, rosemary, jalapeno and salt and vinegar as optional toppings. The new spices come fromRead more about Restaurant adds crickets for added French fry crunch… and other possibilities[…]
Have you ever dressed your kids in Garanimals… you know, match the elephant tagged shirt with the elephant tagged dress so you daughter heads to preschool with a matching outfit? Well, Araven has launched a line of storage containers using a similar concept so you know when last week’s cole slaw is about to turnRead more about Are these the “Garanimals” of food storage containers?[…]
Hormel recently introduced a fully cooked bacon that it says rivals the taste and texture of cooking raw bacon — but without the mess, long cooking times and 95 percent less grease! Well, there are a lot of pre-cooked bacons out there. Is this the one that finally eliminates the hassle of cooking bacon?
Ever heard of Luckin Coffee? Don’t worry. You’ll start hearing about it soon as the company drives to replace Starbucks with its highly automated, cashless and low-priced coffee drink operations. The company’s strategy focuses on millennials’ desire for coffee they can pickup quickly or have delivered versus Starbucks relaxed, sit-down environment. Luckin, founded in ChinaRead more about Robots are coming: Is “Starbucks Killer” headed to the U.S.?[…]
OK, we all get exhausted at times in the restaurant business. Sometimes you need just a mental break and Qualin of Confessions of a Server is here to help! After about 10 years as a server, Qualin has seen it all. And now he provides (hilarious) advice to fellow servers and patrons alike. Including theRead more about Don’t be a Karen… and other restaurant server complaints…[…]
Yes, you can get decent quality food photos from your iPhone easily with simple editing tools these days. Pro food photographer Leigh Loftus shows you the steps to take (and avoid!) in this quick tutorial. We also added in a time guide below so you can fast-forward to the topic of interest… 1:00 — startRead more about How to get stunning food photos with your iPhone[…]
Rich’s has launched what it says is the first-of-its-kind plant-based cooking crème that performs like its dairy-based counterpart. Not only vegan, the crème avoids many allergens including gluten to provide an alternative base for soups, sauces, dressings, beverages and more.
OK, those rainbow-colored bagels and caffeine and alcohol drinks once all the rage have quickly gone on life support in 2020 — along with three other trends. Millennials take credit for several of these fads that are starting and ending so abruptly. So, if you’re considering any of these ideas… you might think twice. WeRead more about Five food trends to die in 2020 thanks to Millennials[…]
Canada’s The Enchanted Poutinerie is making a statement that wildly addicting, gravy-laden poutine just might be the next comfort food undergoing a re-birth. With more than 20 varieties — from Rainbow and cheeseburger to smoked pulled pork and vegan — Canada’s original dish continues to go upscale.