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Maintenance Tips For Accelerated Ovens

Accelerated ovens, also called fast-cook or high-speed ovens combine several heating technologies (including microwaves, impingement and radiant heat) to cook a variety of foods to golden perfection in a fraction of the time and space a traditional oven takes. They...

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Induction Seduction

Walk into just about any relatively new hotel kitchen from Malaysia to Moscow and you’re likely to see nothing but a gleaming flat glass surface on the cookline. Induction cooking has been mainstream in Europe for years and has spread around the world. Here in the...

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Anatomy Of A Well-Designed Bar

The key to good bar design is efficiency; the fewer steps a bartender has to take, the more drinks he or she can make per hour and the higher the bar’s sales. Proper layout, smart space allocation and incorporating all of the tools and equipment required to run and...

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The Future of Restaurant Design

The word “restaurant” is a derivative of the French word restaurer, literally meaning “to restore.” The first restaurants were simple places that served one or two dishes, typically soups, intended to restore diners’ health — hence the name — but over the last few...

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“How it Should be” the Hospitality Industry

USING SPECIFI LLC SOFTWARE AND SOLUTIONS IS “HOW IT SHOULD BE” WHEN DESIGNING KITCHENS FOR THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY Specifi LLC Offers the World’s Only End-To-End 3D Commercial Kitchen Design Software Platform When designing a kitchen for the hospitality industry,...

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Safety In Design – Commercial Kitchens

A good commercial kitchen design involves more than aesthetics and food-prep functionality — a commercial kitchen must be safe. Optimize your kitchen design to reduce workplace accidents and improve cooking efficiency. Learn how you can do that in the infographic...

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Factors When Designing A Commercial Kitchen

Almost everyone has some home-design experience, be it something simple like deciding on a color scheme for your new home’s master bath or doing a complete DIY job on an outdated kitchen. Those types of residential re-do jobs tend to emphasize décor above all else,...

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Revit vs AutoCAD

Most foodservice consultants have at least one memory of an issue in a project that affected equipment performance, and it wasn’t their fault.  Ducts above display refrigerators that suck cool air towards them, intakes directly over dishwasher load or worse, unload...

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