Category: Advice

4 Signs You Should Replace Your Chef’s Knife

It really doesn’t matter if you work in a Michelin star restaurant or simply like to get creative in your own kitchen – the chef’s knife is always going to be one of the most important tools in your culinary arsenal. You can have a knife sharpened when the blade becomes dull, but, as much as it might break your heart, there’s also going to come a time when your chef’s knife needs to be replaced completely. (more…)

3 Reasons You Aren’t Losing Weight

Many people set out to lose weight by buying the latest supplements, the latest diet books, and the most popular workout DVD’s only to find that the scale won’t budge.  Many people have the best intentions and feel like they are trying their hardest only to find that they aren’t seeing their hard work pay off. (more…)

Boosting Business for Your Mobile Food Truck

The prospect of owning and operating your very own food truck proves to be too magnetic for many a chef to ignore, which is why there appears to be a growing food truck culture adding to the already vibrant food truck market. Food trucks aren’t necessarily operated by “rogue” chefs whose larger-than-life personality was just too free-spirited to have them operating within the rigid confines of the traditional dining and hospitality industry however. Some food truck owners sell so-called fast food or they just have a passion for cooking and so they decided to turn their passion into profit. (more…)

3 Tips For Not Cheating On Your Diet

Many people go on diets with hopes of achieving the body that they desire. They go to the grocery store and buy everything that they need for their diet of choice from vegetables to the best protein powders on the market to fresh fruits.  The arrive home from their grocery shopping session ready to begin their nutrition journey. (more…)