If you will be celebrating the fact that you and your fiancé will be traveling to Italy this summer and would like to host a party for your family and friends in honor of the occasion, the following tips will help the get together be one that is memorable and enjoyable for you, your partner, and all the guests who attend. Catered Meal Hire an Italian restaurant to cater the event that you are holding.
If you're somewhere new on vacation, you're going to want to sample the cuisine. Unfortunately, that can be difficult, especially if you don't know where the best restaurants are. That's where a food tour comes in. With a private food tour, you get to sample some of the best food in town. Best of all, your tour is led by guides who really know their way around town. Before you head out to sample delicious food, you should do some advance preparation.
Chicken wings are notably delicious, but they're also known for being high in fat. A lot of the fat actually comes from the frying process that is usually used to cook the wings. If you bake the wings, they'll be lower in fat – and still mouthwateringly tasty. Here are two great baked chicken wing recipes you have to try. Honey-Lime-Garlic Wings If you prefer your wings without spice, this flavorful recipe will delight your taste buds.
Heading to your favorite American food restaurant is often a treat, but if your child is a picky eater, it can be challenging. Fortunately for your family, there are ways that you can still enjoy your dining experience and ensure your pickiest eater still gets his or her fill. Be Respectful of Your Child Although you might be concerned that your child is not getting enough to eat, do not force him or her to choose something to eat.
Fries are a staple at most bar and grill restaurants, but how can you make yours stand out from the competition? One way is to serve them with a variety of house-made dipping sauces. Here are three that your customers are sure to love. Honey-Garlic Aioli Even those who think they hate mayonnaise will fall in love with this homemade version. Flavored with honey, garlic, and lime juice, it's the perfect match for salty fries.
Finding the problems inside your restaurant isn't always easy, especially if you are close to your employees. However, a few years ago I could tell that things weren't going well, and that I needed to do more to improve food quality. I started carefully evaluating every aspect of my restaurant, and before I knew it, I found little changes that made a big difference. This blog is all about making your restaurant a little bit better--one change at a time. You never know, the changed you make today might become the profits that you will make tomorrow. Check out the rest of this blog to learn more.