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Case Dimensions LxWxH 15 15 /16” x 11 15/16” x 7 15/16” 15 15/16” x 11 15/16” x 7 15/16”
Pallet Load 10 x 8 10 x 8
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“Paul’s Perpective”. . . . . .Pg 3 Gluten Free Items: Should you Serve Them? . .Pg 4 Cat Cora’s Gluten Free Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pg 5 Mobile Apps: What you need to know . . Pg 8 Catering Essentials. . . . Pg 10
Paul’s Perspective It’s that wonderful time of year again. We can all look forward to spending time with the ones we love and, of course, enjoying that company with some amazing food. We have some great sweet and savory holiday recipes in this issue you may want to try this holiday season. It could be the perfect addition to your seasonal menu or maybe even the perfect dish for a family meal. Happy Holidays everyone. As always thank you for your business. Paul Spalitta, CEO www.s-wfoods.com
Gluten Free Items: Should you Serve Them? This year, it has been reported “one-third of U.S. adults said they wanted to cut down on gluten or avoid gluten in their diet all together.” This could mean important news for your restaurant. What does gluten-free mean? Gluten is a type of protein that is often found in types of grains such as wheat. Gluten is what gives certain foods their elasticity. When a person is intolerant of gluten, they often experience symptoms such as abdominal cramps, gas and bloating. For more information, The Celiac Sprue Association can provide answers to questions about gluten induced conditions. Now what? Given these uncomfortable and often painful symptoms, it’s easy to understand why some of your customers may be searching for gluten free alternatives. This gives your restaurant the perfect opportunity to be one of the few restaurants that may happily accommodate these specific patrons. How can your restaurant accommodate? If you’re interested in accommodating gluten-free patrons, take a look at your menu to see what can be easily adapted. Specialize in pasta? Offer your patrons the choice to choose gluten free pasta. Do some small research and see what other restaurants are serving as gluten free dishes. If your gluten free choices begin increasing (keep track), it might be wise to create a mini gluten free menu. Also ask your S&W sales rep about the gluten free options that are available for your restaurant.
Iron Chef Cat Cora’s Gluten Free Hummus and Veggie Pizzettas
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Pillsbury introduces Gluten Free Recipes with the help of Iron Chef Cat Cora Pillsbury has introduced its first-ever line of refrigerated gluten-free dough, allowing even more people to enjoy its classic family favorites. Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Gluten-Free Thin Crust Pizza Dough, and Gluten-Free Pie and Pastry Dough are now available in most major grocery stores nationwide. “We’re excited to welcome the gluten-free community back to the fresh dough aisle. Pillsbury Gluten-Free Dough provides so many possibilities and makes enjoying meals together easier,” says Rebecca Thompson, marketing manager for Pillsbury fresh dough innovation. “As a company, we are committed to the glutenfree community and to providing greattasting, easy-to-prepare products from
brands they trust.” To help kick off the product launch and inspire baking, Pillsbury enlisted the help of Iron Chef, cookbook author, TV personality and mom Chef Cat Cora. Cora created 10 unique and easy recipes using all three dough varieties. Her gluten-free recipes include various snacks and meals for a variety of occasions. Cora’s recipes include: •Gluten-Free Hummus and Veggie Pizzettas •Gluten-Free Baked Samosas with a Red Pepper, Mango and Mint Chutney •Gluten-Free Cookie Dough Energy Bars •Gluten-Free Chocolate Cookie Dough Cupcakes
Find all 10 of Cat Cora’s gluten-free recipes at www.Pillsbury.com/CatCoraGlutenFree.
Gluten Free Hummus and Veggie Pizzettas Ingredients 1/4 cup brown rice flour 1 container Pillsbury® Gluten Free refrigerated pizza crust dough 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 cup sliced cremini or brown mushrooms 1/2 small red onion, sliced thin in half moons 1 small red bell pepper, diced 1 small yellow squash, diced (3/4 cup) 1 small zucchini, diced (3/4 cup) 1 cup hummus 2 tablespoons chopped fresh oregano 1 1/4 cups kalamata olives, halved 2 tablespoons sliced pepperoncini
Directions •Preheat oven to 425°F. Grease 2 cookie sheets; sprinkle each with 2 tablespoons brown rice flour. •Divide dough into 4 pieces. Roll out 2 dough pieces on each cookie sheet into 8-inch rounds. Brush each with 3/4 teaspoon olive oil. Prebake in oven 4 to 5 minutes or until bubbling and golden brown. Remove from oven, and set aside to cool. •Meanwhile, in medium sauté pan, heat remaining 2 tablespoons olive oil over medium-high heat, and add mushrooms. Sauté mushrooms until golden brown, 3 to 4 minutes. Add red onion and bell pepper, and cook 2 to 3 minutes. Add squash and zucchini, and cook 2 to 3 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat. •In small bowl, mix hummus and oregano. Spread onto prebaked pizza crusts; sprinkle with olives. Divide the vegetables evenly among pizzas. •Bake 6 to 8 minutes or until hot; sprinkle with pepperoncini. Cut into fourths, and serve.
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Mobile Apps and Customers: What you need to know When it comes to mobile engagement, the hungry are leading the way. According to new data out from SinglePlatform at Constant Contact restaurants lead the way for mobile searches; in fact, 81% of mobile consumers have conducted a search for a restaurant via their mobile device. As a small business owner, you need to understand that-with or without youconversations will take place about your business on cell phone apps. Mobile apps are a platform for you to receive criticism about your establishment, respond to criticism, and take appropriate action. On a bright note mobile apps are a great way to increase visibility and encourage and recommend your business to members of the community.
2. Foodspotting - an app that gives customers the ability to share uploaded photos of their food, giving other viewers a look at what awaits them in any given restaurant.
3. Yelp - this website/app lists businesses and allows the average joe consumer to post reviews about them. It’s like a location-based search directory with reviews. This is one app that unfortunately is used for complaining. But remember that this will happen with or without your knowledge and involvement.
5 popular mobile apps you should know: 1. Urbanspoon - this
app is a restaurant review destination 4. Forkly - this app is sort complete with links to restaurant websites, of like Yelp meets FoodSpotting. menus and reservation systems. Customers can discover tasty items and recommendations of other people by “following” others’ tastes. You can click “want” items in the app and it will save it to a wish list for them. People can also
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share photos of your food and drinks, and share the information on all other social
Other Apps you may find useful in running your business:
• Numbers is the app perfect to track
media (Facebook, Twitter…etc). 5. OpenTable - this mobile restaurant reservation system lets consumers look at a bunch of different restaurants to see which one has “open tables” available. They can book a reservation without ever picking up a phone.
inventory, manage spread sheets, and create schedules for staff. It essentially is an excel program to go! This app really helps managing your staff on a shoe budget.
• Shoeboxed is another great app, it’s like a pocket scanner. Shoeboxed with a snap of the camera allows you to take pictures of invoices, business cards, and receipts.
• Ego is essential for restaurants and bars that utilize social media and websites. Ego allows you to track the number of unique visitors to your site.
• InDinero, one of the most Things you can do: While these apps are largely customer driven, you are not left completely helpless in creating a positive presence. Here are some suggestions to use these apps to your restaurants advantage: -Offer guest a discount if they uploaded a review to UrbanSpoon -Reward uploaded Foodspotting and/ or Yelp photos with a free drink or small dessert -Encourage spreading your name through any other food-related app with rewards for positive customer activity.
important apps that you can add, is quiet simply the money tracker. InDinero allows you to track your money in real time. So you sell 30 pasta dishes during a busy lunch rush. InDinero tells you realistically how much you made after food costs, and employee’s pay, tips etc. This in my opinion is the most important, nothing like having the bottom line at easy access!
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