Last Tuesday, our friends at El Rio Grande invited the ChefMod crew to come to their restaurant and learn about the liquor that launched 1000 bad decisions: tequila. Our knowlege of tequila was limited to shots of Dorado with a lime wedge chaser. (As it turns out, Dorado isn’t actually tequila, but a tequila impostor with added caramel [...]
Those of you in the foodservice industry have likely noticed the burgeoning demand for products that are locally and sustainably grown. Consumers are increasingly becoming concerned with (and aware of) the origin of the food they’re eating, as well as the agricultural practices used in their production. While veal from New Zealand or tomatoes from Mexico [...]
It seems that every day there is a new product somehow majorly affected by weather. Domestic lamb is the latest casualty. Between the upcoming Easter holiday and inclement weather in the mid-west, prices on prime lamb cuts have risen upwards of 40%.
Our friends at Mosner have seen a $0.14/lb increase on carcasses, which means [...]
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Don’t be surprised if for the next few weeks your burger is lacking a sweet tomato crunch or your BLT is just a BL. The recent storms that ravaged the east coast damaged up to 70% of Florida’s tomato crops, driving the price up up up. Some fast food chains have already cut the red [...]
We’re back! We’ve been away for a few days promoting ChefMod at the New York Food and Restaurant show. A full review is coming soon, but in the meantime, why not support our friends at The Smith? Next Wednesday, March 10, join Hudson Valley farmers to discuss sustainable farming and healthy foods. Come to network, [...]