Drinking Tea Lowers Risk of Glaucoma

Drinking Tea Lowers Risk of Glaucoma finds a new study!! This week on the 15th December we saw world International Tea day on Twitter #InternationalTeaDay. This brought out a lot of news regarding Tea and its health benefits. A recent study published in the British Journal of Ophthalmology suggested that a hot cup of tea can lower the risk of glaucoma. Although a

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Food Waste in the Catering Industry

Food Waste in the Catering Industry, is this a problem and how can the amount of food waste be reduced? With the Co-op announcing it will start selling food past its “best before” date for just 10 pence this week as it looks to tackle the issue of food waste, what could the effect be

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Chef De Partie – Lobster jobs Ltd December 2017

According to Wikipedia – “A chef de partie (CDP), station chef, or line cook is a chef in charge of a particular area of production in a restaurant. In large kitchens, each CDP might have several cooks or assistants. In most kitchens, however, the CDP is the only worker in that department. Line cooks are often divided into a hierarchy of their own,

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The Great British Food Festival – 2018

The Great British Food Festival established many years ago by our friends at Onionring Restaurant Guide with one event at Walton Gardens just outside Warrington and has steadily grown to now host 12 locations on the 2018 calendar. One of the event organisers, Daniel Maycock says, “this year will be better and bigger than ever

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Hospitality News Update – November 2017

Pret’s Christmas Sandwich Yes everyone, Hospitality industry big news is that as of the 7th November Pret’s Christmas Sandwich is back for the festive season – it’s a classic recipe of thick slices of British free-range turkey breast, crumbly pork stuffing, crispy onions, fresh spinach and port and orange cranberry sauce; and also the Veggie Christmas

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