Two tips for parents who will be taking their children overseas at Christmas

Posted on: 21 March 2020

If you're travelling overseas in order to spend Christmas with relatives or at a holiday resort and your children will be coming with you, here are some tips that should ensure that you all enjoy the festive period. Pack some custom Christmas crackers for your kids One of the main issues with going overseas with your children for Christmas is that you may not be able to give them their main presents until after you get back home (as it might not be practical to wrap and take, for example, a new bicycle or a large doll's house on the plane journey to your resort or relative's home). [Read More]

Why Ginger is the Ultimate Winter Ingredient, and How to Include It In Your Menu

Posted on: 25 August 2017

Winter. The temperature drops; warm clothing is brought out from the back of the wardrobe; log fires crackle; Christmas decorations go up and children start to get excited about Santa's arrival. OK, so you might not live somewhere that gets all that cold during the winter, or even where Christmas falls during that particular part of the year. Still, you'll experience at least some drop in temperature, which makes it a great opportunity to spend some more time indoors appreciating the colder months. [Read More]

5 Things You Need to Know About Buying Snacks for Your Restaurant

Posted on: 19 July 2017

If you run a restaurant, you probably buy a lot of ingredients ranging from meat to flour to beans and everything in between. However, rather than just buying ingredients, you may want to look for specific snack food and beverage supplies. Before you put in your first order, here's a look at some things you need to know. 1. Extended Shelf Life Makes It Easy to Buy in Bulk When you're buying chocolate bars, crisps and other prepackaged snacks, you may want to save money by buying in bulk. [Read More]

Make the Chips at Your Restaurant Famous With These Five Tips

Posted on: 6 January 2016

If you want your restaurant to become famous for its chips, you need a stellar chip strategy, and your chips need to be tasty, innovative and most importantly consistent. Take a look at these tips to famous chips: 1. Invest in wholesale pre-prepared potatoes. Cutting potatoes into chips by hand wastes valuable kitchen payroll hours, and unfortunately, it's nearly impossible to make hand cut chips 100 percent the same size every time. [Read More]