Integrating Food Services and Sport FandomIntegrating Food Services and Sport Fandom

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Integrating Food Services and Sport Fandom

Hi, my name is Ginny, and I love sports. I also love everything about the restaurant industry – I have dined and worked at countless restaurants, and I have also volunteered at kitchens that feed the homeless. Over the years, I have really noticed what works and what doesn't in the food services industry, especially as related to sports. I have seen how to attract people to your restaurant to watch sports games, how to write a menu that appeals to a certain type of sports fan and how to successfully plan the food at special sporting events. In this blog, I am going to explore everything related to sports and food services. Whether you are looking for tips for your restaurant, sports bar or even your food truck, I hope that you find answers here. Grab a snack, get comfortable and start reading. Enjoy!

How To Make Sure That Your BBQ Catering Works For Everyone

When you are hosting a BBQ event, there's no way that you are going to totally satisfy every guest. There are too many different allergies, food preferences, and diets for you to accommodate them all with a single catering menu. However, there are ways that you can tweak what you order from the caterer in order to make sure that no one leaves your event hungry. Here are some tips for making this happen at your BBQ event. Read More 

How To Host A Great Private Party

Hosting a private party can be a great way to show your clients how much you appreciate their business. You want to be sure that you throw a party that is fun, entertaining, and respectful to all of your clients. The following guide walks you through a few ways to make sure you throw a memorable party without going too over the top with the planning. Entertainment When throwing a private party, you need to have some form of entertainment at the event. Read More 

Fixing A Frymaster In The Middle Of A Cookout

The worst time for cooking equipment to fail is right before a big meal, and if Murphy's Law is any indicator, it'll happen right as you throw a batch of frozen fries or fish into the Frymaster. There's a lot of things that could go wrong, from uneven cooking to complete failure that leaves you with an oil-soaked, unrecoverable mess. To avoid such failures, make sure to have the right parts on hand. Read More