Chef Justin Beckett – Meet the Chef | Cooking With Gas

Chef Justin Beckett – Meet the Chef | Cooking With Gas

Some people are lucky enough to know exactly what they want to do from a very early age – Justin Beckett is one such person. Born to an Italian and a pastry chef, there was never any doubt that cooking was part of who he is. As the eldest of five children, he has been...
Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley – Meet the Chef | Cooking With Gas

Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley – Meet the Chef | Cooking With Gas

Everyone has their own impressions and memories from their time spent in the kitchens. For Marjorie, the kitchen is a place with good food and good times – it is a way for people to come together. Food is like love; it is a universal language. Smoked and Stacked is a...

All About Gas Kitchen Appliance Rebates

One of the best ways to convince people to make a purchase is to offer a rebate. While companies and merchants may try to get the word out about rebates, it can be difficult to know if enough people have heard about a particular rebate. As a customer, it can be...
Chef Fitz Tallon – Meet the Chef | Cooking With Gas

Chef Fitz Tallon – Meet the Chef | Cooking With Gas

Some of the greatest inspiration comes not from a shocking moment of clarity or experience, but from something as common as your everyday experience. This is exactly how Chef Fitz Tallon got his inspiration. He worked on a farm and became curious about how the food he...
Six Ways to More Energy Savings in your School Cafeteria

Six Ways to More Energy Savings in your School Cafeteria

Energy Savings Matter For every school cafeteria, the biggest issue is, as always, the budget. A study at Michigan State University says that over 10% of school lunches come from costs which are neither food nor labor. Those costs include contract services, supplies,...
Is Local Food Sourcing Right for Your School Cafeteria?

Is Local Food Sourcing Right for Your School Cafeteria?

You have probably heard the term ‘local food sourcing’ and you may very well be in favor of it for your local restaurants and grocery stores. It seems like a great idea – it helps farmers and your local economy, it saves energy by making it so foods don’t have to be...
Commercial Kitchen Appliances – Think Before You Buy

Commercial Kitchen Appliances – Think Before You Buy

Is your cooking equipment performing as it should? Is it the right equipment for your menu items? Are your customers being served food that is safe and appealing? These questions have a big impact on your bottom line and long term success in the business. Here we’ll...