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Harvest season yields fruitful fall menus

Although most of us had never heard of a polar vortex, last winter proved they’re real. And restaurants around the country are still feeling the effects, in this article from RestaurantHospitality.com by Jason Q. Freed, learn how this year’s harvest season helps yield fruitful fall menu items.

An extended cold wave this past [...]

A Taste of Fall

As the temperature drops, the desire for seasonal trends grows stronger. Customers taste buds change as they begin to crave the many flavors the season has to offer. In cooler weather people begin to want the age old traditions such as chicken noodle soup and pumpkin pie. As a restaurant owner/manager, you can [...]

Add these spring veggies to your seasonal menu!

By Katya Baxter, Nutritionist, MenuMax.com

Spring is a beautiful season. It brings awakening, new life, freshness, and a wonderful variety of delicious veggies!

Here are some ideas on how some of the common favorites can be incorporated into a menu:

Artichokes: baby artichokes can be eaten raw with just a [...]

Keeping your veggies local and seasonal during the winter

By Katya Baxter, Nutritionist, MenuMax

Good things are easy to get used to. And not only that, once we do, we quickly start taking them for granted. I would be the first one to admit that after moving from Canada to California, the sun as well as access to fresh local produce year-round [...]