Showing posts from September, 2019

Better Breakfast In Your Restaurant

September 25th is Better Breakfast Day, and the perfect opportunity to talk about the equipment that is needed in a breakfast joint. Whether you already run a restaurant that specializes in breakfast, or it’s something you’ve been dreaming about starting up - there are a few things you’ll to get started. Fast Fix LLC is here to make sure that you have all of the tools necessary to get your restaurant up and going, and then continue running for months and years to come. Here are some pieces of restaurant equipment needed for a breakfast restaurant! Popular Food Items For Breakfast Before we start talking about the necessary equipment, we need to discuss what breakfast joints actually serve up. Every restaurant is going to be different, but these are going to be some pretty generic basics, as well as a few more specialized types depending on the restaurant.  Here are the most popular breakfast items, ranked in order of popularity as ranked by .  Pancakes Scram

5 Fried Foods to Offer This Fall

Fall officially starts on September 23rd, so it’s right around the corner! Most likely, your restaurant has already started introducing seasonally appropriate foods and beverages for a fun flair, but if you haven’t, now is the time to start! At Fast Fix LLC, we know how much your customers love fried foods because we know how much time we spend repairing and maintaining commercial fryers in Mid-Missouri ! Here are five fried foods that would be fun and unique to offer during this season, and who knows, you may decide to keep them on permanently! Fried Apple Pies It’s just not fall without serving up apples in some form. Trying out a fried apple pie recipe is the perfect way to incorporate the luxurious flavors of fall, but it’s also a fun way to serve up apples. A warm flaky crust, piping hot center of apples, cinnamon, brown sugar, and even some raisins. Our mouths are already watering, it sounds so good. If you really want to serve it with a bang, add a scoop of vanilla ice cr

HOT Tips for Your Heated Appliances

In many commercial kitchens, one of the most important tools that you will have are going to be your heating elements. From the ovens, stoves, and grills - these pieces are vital if you plan on serving up hot, cooked dishes, and it’s important to keep them maintained and in great working order. If you own a restaurant, Fast Fix wants to be your commercial appliance repair company in Mid-Missouri . Here are a few things to remember about your hot appliances, and how we can help you keep them up and working. Grills Like most things, proper maintenance is going to prolong the life of your grill or griddle. You can clean it daily with a wire brush to scrape the food remnants from the grates of your grill. You should also empty the grease cup after use, and if you use it frequently, you will want to take it apart and wipe it down at least twice a week. You can also check the burners on your grill for leaks at least once a month as cracks and holes can cause uneven cooking. Notice a

Celebrating Sourdough Month

September is Sourdough Month, and it’s a perfect time, in our opinion, to start thinking about this type of food in your restaurant. As the weather begins to get cooler, your customers are going to be thinking about warm and hearty meals, fall favorites, and feasting. There’s nothing more festive than a big bowl of stew and some crusty hunks of sourdough bread. Here are a few ways you can make use of sourdough bread in your restaurant, as well as how you can make it yourself with the right pieces of commercial restaurant equipment in Missouri . Serving Up Sourdough Bread If you’re looking for some fun ways to incorporate sourdough bread into your menu this fall, here are some stellar suggestions that can make use of this wonderfully under-appreciated bread. Roast with Chicken You can toss the torn pieces of sourdough with chicken legs, seasonings, and vegetables. The great will absorb the juices while roasting and being indulgently crisp and chewy. Sourdough Stuffing Stu