Burger fans love toppings. In fact, they love toppings so much that they pile them on their burgers and enjoy them each and every day on just about every continent (except maybe Antarctica). And while people do love toppings, they typically love fresh topping more.
But what constitutes “fresh” these days? We’re going to dig into this fresh topic (see what we did there?) so you can get a greater appreciation for truly fresh toppings and what the definition of “fresh” really is.
If you’ve ever wondered why restaurants choose to use paper products to wrap and serve their menu items, then this is the post for you. If you’ve never wondered, but we caught your interest anyway, read on…
There are quite a few reasons why restaurants choose to use paper products in their quick-serve restaurants. Today, we’ll look at five reasons and give you a brief explanation.
There’s a fire going on at most quick-serve and fast-casual restaurants around the world and Malaysia is no exception to this inferno of spicy food. According to some in the quick-serve restaurant industry, more and more people are leaving the comfort of traditional fare and are choosing to eat spicier foods like Asian and Mexican cuisine.
In fact, if we take this story across the ocean to the U.S.A., we’d find that most Americans (54%) have a preference to foods that are either “hot” or “spicy.” This number is up slightly from just a couple of years earlier.
Ahhhh the burger bun – that bastion of bread that surrounds out beloved burger patty at all costs and maintains the integrity of our toppings with each and every bite.
Ok, we kind of played up our buns there. But in all reality, as you know, burger buns are just bread… but shaped to fit hamburger patties.
But, why do we rely on the burger bun as the outer-protection of our burgers? And, not just OUR burgers, but pretty much ever burger on Earth has some sort of breaded substance keeping the whole works together.