There are so many reasons to love a big juicy burger and food straight from the fryer. They can easily be classified as a feel good food. There are few bad days in this world that can’t be fixed by a burger cooked just the way you like it, served up with a side of your favorite fried food.
1. It’s fun to dress them up. You can put almost anything you want on your burger, and dip your fries in anything from ketchup and mayonnaise, to honey or a milkshake. Speaking of sweett, you can fry those too. What goes better with a burger and fries than something sweet? Something that is both sweet and fried of course! Sounds like the perfect bad day cure to me.
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.
When you go into business – especially if you intend to operate a quick-serve-restaurant (QSR) or fast-casual establishment, one of the first decisions you’ll make as a potential business owner is whether you will go it alone or operate a franchise or some sort of licensed location. Each has its own benefits, but today we’re going to look specifically at some of the benefits that come from choosing to operate a franchise or licensed location/outlet.
Burgers are the quintessential people food. Pizza wants to be it, and the hot dog feels lucky just to share the same grill space. Burgers are not only a delicious meal choice, but they go a long way in bringing people together. Here are our top six ways in which the burger does just that:
The relatively “new” concept of putting a burger patty between two buns is really not a single discovery but more a culmination of discoveries and coincidences. There is no linear direction in which this concept was developed and no single theory as to who, or which group of people the acclaim for the creation of the hamburger should go. What is clear is that the name of the hamburger was certainly inspired by the town of Hamburg, Germany, or Hamburg, New York.