The objectives of Food and Beverage control

The objectives of a food and beverage control system may be summarised as follows: ● Analysis of income and expenditure : The analysis is solely concerned with the income and expenditure related to food and beverage operations. The revenue analysis is usually by each selling outlet, of such aspects as the volume of food and beverage sales, the sales mix, the average spending power (ASP) … Continue reading The objectives of Food and Beverage control

Beef Blood used to be added to Wine!

Wine Contains Many Proteins. To Eliminate them, any unrelated protein is added to Vat or cask. This attaches to the protein and causes them to settle at the bottom. The sediments are cleared and then be transferred to another container. The importance of this procedure is that it eliminates anything that has been added to the wine. Nothing could be more natural! Egg albumin is … Continue reading Beef Blood used to be added to Wine!

It’s all about Garnish

The word garnish is derived from a French word meaning “to adorn” or “to furnish.” In English, we use the word to mean “to decorate or embellish a food item by the addition of other items.” The word is used also for the decorative items themselves. This definition, at first, seems vague because it could include just about anything. To many people, the word garnish … Continue reading It’s all about Garnish