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Kitchen Operations - Training & Development

Setting Objectives

https://www.kitchencut.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/setting-objectives-from-joinkitchencut.com_.jpg Irrespective of how big your business is, you need to think about setting objectives and outlining a clear vision to ensure that you have something to work towards. It is very difficult to keep track of how far you have come and where you want to go without writing something down for you and the…

Kitchen Operations - Menu Writing - Training & Development

Menu Writing Lesson 2 : Internal Menu Marketing

https://www.kitchencut.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Internal-menu-marketing-from-joinkitchencut.com_.jpg Restaurants and hotels spend huge amounts of money on marketing through expensive advertising and PR-led campaigns. Hoteliers/restaurateurs devote time and effort to training the kitchen and service teams, however typically they pay little attention that their non F&B teams which play a vital marketing role in their business. In this article by John Wood,…

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Digital Marketing for restaurants

https://www.kitchencut.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Digital-marketing-1-from-joinkitchencut.com_.jpg What are the most important things to do in restaurant marketing to get your brand experience right in the digital world? Kitchen CUT’s technical director, Simon Haynes, looks at some top tips for digital marketing for restaurants..

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Why use recipe costing software?

https://www.kitchencut.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/why-use-recipe-costing-software-from-joinkitchencut.jpg [gdlr_video url=”http://youtu.be/NeXudk59Q-w” ] [gdlr_row] [gdlr_column size=”1/2″] Background to Kitchen CUT’s recipe costing software Kitchen CUT was created by former Michelin Starred Chef John Wood, who has worked at leading restaurants all over the world including The Savoy, the Dorchester, Cliveden, Shangri-La Hong Kong, the Burj al Arab in Dubai and the Grove in Herts, to…

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Kitchen management challenges

https://www.kitchencut.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/suggest-a-topic-for-joinkitchencut.com_.jpg Kitchen management challenges? Hopefully you’ll have noticed our regular and informative blog being updated several times a week. Drawing on his 35 years of experience in the industry, John Wood (you can read his background here) is writing weekly kitchen management articles to help you run your operation more efficiently and to help you…

Kitchen Operations - Training & Development

Maximising productivity in the kitchen

https://www.kitchencut.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Maximising-productivity-from-joinkitchencut.jpg With most kitchens running a payroll % against food turnover of between 18-25%, labour is large part of your costs. As a Chef/manager this is an area you need to keep a tight control of. It is quite common in many kitchens that this can fluctuate from month to month and can very quickly…

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Tracking breakages in your kitchen

https://www.kitchencut.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Breakages-tracking-tool-from-joinkitchencut.com_.jpg In this article we are going to look at breakages in kitchens, covering crockery and glassware but also the importance of stock taking to manage cutlery and the infamous ‘tea-spoon epidemic’ that we have in this industry!

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Top Tips for using Kitchen CUT software

https://www.kitchencut.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/dos-and-donts-from-joinkitchencut.com_.jpg If you’re just getting started on Kitchen CUT, here are our top Top Tips for using Kitchen CUT software and getting the most out of the system.

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Nutritional analysis of recipes

https://www.kitchencut.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Nutritional-Analysis-on-recipes-from-joinkitchencut.com_.jpg One of the latest features to be added to Kitchen CUT is the ability to generate nutritional analysis on recipes. It has never been easier and more cost effective for businesses to generate nutritional data for their dishes in their Kitchen CUT account. But why do it? What are the benefits to you for…

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How to Yield your ingredients

https://www.kitchencut.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/yielding-your-ingredients-from-joinkitchencut.com_.jpg In this short article we look at how to yield your ingredients in order to create accurate recipe costings.