The word, “breakfast” often conjures up images of a large hearty meal of foods such as pancakes, waffles, eggs, bacon and sausage. Comfort foods like these,and even healthier breakfast options, are embraced by many Americans, but especially Millennials, as indicated in recent research by Datassential.
Does your restaurant only offer fries and chips as sides? An easy way to revamp your menu to cater to diabetics is by evaluating your side dishes. Check out our list side ideas that are healthy and delicious for everyone.
Consider Offer these Carb-Friendly Sides:
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By Karen A. Brennan, Marketing & Branding Strategy
A while ago I was in Los Angeles on a Discovery Tour and visited an haute hot dog concept called The Slaw Dogs. The line-up of builds was impressive. They had dozens of variations, from the Soy Bomb veggie dog to a Rueben Dog with spicy sausage and pastrami, but most impressive was when they brought out their “Secret Menu” of off-menu choices for two women who were undecided about what they wanted. How fun is that?
… Secret menus make guests feel good because they get what they want and feel like they’re getting special treatment too.
But secret menus are also good for restaurants.
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Just last week, McDonald’s released its EggWhite Delight breakfast sandwich – a healthier alternative to the Egg McMuffin. And also making its debut this month is the McDonald’s Premium McWrap, an upgrade from the original McWrap and is also marketed as a healthier option.
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McDonald’s Premium McWrap | Image credit: Flickr by theimpulsivebuy
By Joan Lang
Fish Sauce | Image credit: Flickr by Annie Mole
Sweet, salty, sour, bitter… and umami. Derived from a Japanese word for “deliciousness,” the so-called fifth taste has taught us not only about why some foods are so satisfying, but also about the very nature of human appetite.
You may have heard or read about umami …
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In the past few years, we’ve witnessed the green movement popping up in restaurants across the nation. Health, earth, animal and people-conscious initiatives such as local, organic, humane and sustainable foods, fair trade practices, recycling and other green methods have been implemented by mindful restaurant owners looking to demonstrate their values and attract like-minded patrons.
While these actions are quite commendable, is it a feat too impractical for a restaurant operator?
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Menu descriptions are an extremely important aspect of a restaurant’s success. ..
As a restaurant owner, the last thing you want is for a guest to gloss over a great dish because they didn’t understand it. A successfully written menu item description, using a technique called “descriptive labeling,” has shown to greatly increase sales and guest ratings.
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