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9 Tips for Safe Catering and Dining in a COVID World

Whether you’re serving a country club wedding or an outdoor food truck event, we’ve gathered some tips and products that will help provide a safe, enjoyable event for your guests.

TWELVE BAR ESSENTIALS FOR YOUR NEXT WATCH PARTY

Here at Curtis Restaurant Supply, we’re experts at two things: commercial kitchen solutions and sports. And what better way to draw a crowd than when you put the two together? Whether you’re hosting an...

Planning School Foodservice For An Uncertain Future

The lowest bid doesn’t always mean the best bid for you.

6 Enemies of Frying Oil and How to Defeat Them

Source: Pitco blog Frying oil is a must-have ingredient in every commercial kitchen. After all, some of our favorite foods tend to have that crisp, golden texture. As a result, deep frying has become...

Restaurant Start-up Kit: Part 1

Dear Foodservice Professional, Congratulations on your venture! Curtis Restaurant Supply would like to help you in any way possible. Curtis Restaurant Supply offers: Frequent Shopper Card (for in-store shopping) Monthly sale flyers Credit application...

Knife Skills 101

At Curtis Restaurant Supply, we have the commercial cutlery you need. No matter which knife you buy you can rest assured we have chosen each knife for it’s quality and performance. With the proper...

Product Review: Vollrath Redco InstaCut Dicers

To use fresh vegetables in a wide variety of dishes, your kitchen staff needs to take the time to dice them—which can take time you don’t have, especially during busy meal rushes. To help...

Energy Efficiency Comparison: Holding/Proofing Cabinets

Energy Efficiency; The Proof is in the Pudding Insulation As our world continues to focus on energy consumption, Curtis Restaurant Supply is heeding the call to action by offering more efficient options for our...

Safety Compliance: The Importance of ANSI and NFPA Standards in Your Commercial Kitchen

Did you know? The American National Standards Institute, better known as ANSI, and the Canadian Standards Association, better known as the CSA Group, oversees the development of consensus standards for products, services, processes, systems...