Over the past year, simplifying menus has become an essential move as operators strive to serve customers under ever changing conditions and sustain their businesses.
A new year calls for trying new things and Shamrock Foods Artisanal Provisions Specialist Jonathon Merrick hand-picked his top five products and accompanying recipes to inspire you.
Restaurant guidelines and customer needs are continuing to evolve, sometimes daily. It’s more important than ever for restaurant operators to adapt on the fly and Shamrock Foods has six powerful tools than can help you succeed in 2021.
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Try a spoonful of your favorite soup recipe. The recipe’s have a fresher flavor and texture. Guarantee’d to warm you right up this winter. Read it here.
Forget taco Tuesday’s when you can have enchilada’s everyday. This recipe’s fresh ingredients are sure to make your mouth water. Read it here.
Calling all brunch lovers who love the smell of bacon in the morning. This recipe is a simple twist on a classic dish. Learn how to make them here.
Your tastebuds are about to skyrocket. Read about the inexpensive ways you can add flavor and spice to your dishes with Shamrock Foods.
Feast your eyes on a technique sure to wow your fiercest food critic’s. Check out how sous vide will help you achieve precise and consistent results.
Wings are the ultimate game day food. Take yours to the next level, and check out these twists on traditional wings to make them the MVP of your menu!
It’s a new season with fresh new produce! Check out what’s in season and discover how to incorporate these ingredients in your menu.
From pizza, to pasta, from soups, to sauces, Villa Frizzoni® provides authentic Italian ingredients for unlimited culinary possibilities in each dish.
Top chef, Richard Blais shares his take on an American classic – the pot pie. Check out what Shamrock ingredients you need to recreate this delicious dish!
Food is more fun when it’s on a stick. Discover how you can use Shamrock ingredients to recreate Chef Blais’ version of Yakitori Skewers.