Citric Acid: Why It Makes Your Cooking Better
Citric acid powder is a secret weapon that can improve your baking, enhance the flavors of your dishes, and keep your seasonal fruits and veggies fresh. With so many uses, why isn’t citric acid more well known? Check out the ingredients list on many processed foods and you’ll find that citric acid is a common additive.
What to Eat to Prevent the Flu
The coronavirus pandemic and its drastic effects on the restaurant industry are still at the forefront of everyone's concerns this year, but flu season is fast approaching and shouldn't be forgotten. Thankfully, there's a flu vaccine that can help to protect you and your staff from catching the bug. While getting yourself vaccinated is beneficial, there are also many types of foods with vitamins and minerals that have potent, flu-fighting abilities.
You Can Totally Cook Crab Cakes in a Waffle Maker
A crab cake does not initially seem like a good candidate for waffling. After all, a good one is all about honoring the delicate nature of the (expensive) crab meat. If you took the time to purchase a pound of said meat to make your own crab cakes, this is not the cooking method you seek; if you happen to see some pre-made crabby cakes in your seafood department, however, waffling is an excellent path.