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The benefit of induction cooking

Using magnets to cook food sounds incredibly sci-fi, but in reality, it is happening in home and professional kitchens all over the globe.

Induction cookers are growing in usage within professional kitchens as the technology has finally begun to reach maturity, and manufacturers are now rapidly adding induction ranges to their popular product lineups.

To really grasp the benefits of induction cooking, you’ve first got to understand how they work, and how they are helping keep kitchens cooler and more efficient.

…continue reading The benefit of induction cooking

Job: Sales Advisor / Administrator

CS Catering are looking to add to our ever-growing catering equipment sales team, to meet the growing demands on our business as we position ourselves as one of the UK’s leading catering equipment suppliers.

If you are on the lookout for an exciting new role and want to know more, then read on!

Can you provide excellent customer service? We are looking for an enthusiastic person with strong sales administration skills to join our existing team.

We sell a range of over 20,000 catering equipment products to a wide variety of businesses and to the public.

This role is based at our head office in Sherburn in Elmet near Leeds and will involve the following duties:

  • Take incoming sales calls
  • Sales order processing
  • Create and distribute quotations using bespoke in-house software
  • Follow up on all sales leads both warm and cold
  • Make outgoing calls to customers
  • Keep accurate sales records and general administration

The successful candidate will need to possess the following:

  • Good communication skills
  • Good attention to detail
  • Ability to think on one’s feet while dealing with customers directly on the phone
  • Good working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Package and good general computer skills
  • Ability to develop strong product knowledge

Also advantageous (but not essential):

  • Industry knowledge / experience
  • Experience of Sage / CRM software

How to apply

If you or someone you know feel like this opportunity is right up their street, then please visit: https://www.totaljobs.com/job/sales-advisor/orange-recruitment-job74398846

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Job: Part-time accounts assistant (Temporary)

We’re on the lookout for a new member of our team as a temporary part-time accounts assistant!

The role is temporary until the end of the year to cover maternity leave, although it could very well lead to a permanent role should the successful applicant impress within this position.

As a growing company, we have seen the need to for an extra pair of hands within our tight-knit accounts department, where the successful applicant can play a key role providing support to an already established company.

Working hours

  • 1-2 days per week
  • Flexible hours to suit applicant and company
  • Ideal for parents to work around school or nursery hours
  • Could be split into mornings / afternoons / half days

Main role(s)

  • Inputting supplier invoices onto Sage

Experience required

  • Previous accounts experience is essential to this role

If you feel like this could be perfect for yourself or someone you know, then please get in touch by sending a copy of your CV to jobs2017@cs-catering.co.uk

The telltale signs that you should revise your restaurant menu

Running a successful food business is hard graft, we understand that it’s not all roses and champagne, and sometimes it’s a lukewarm cup of tea and running on 5 hours sleep.

Perfect service in the grand scheme of things is a very unattainable aspiration within a professional foodservice environment due to many conflicting factors, but the perfect menu is something every single kitchen should aspire to achieve.

The perfect menu can often stand the test of time, but as consumer taste changes throughout the decades, offering out-of-date or ‘tired’ dishes might cause more harm than good. …continue reading The telltale signs that you should revise your restaurant menu

Back to the Crisp: Introducing the Electrolux SpeeDelight high speed grill

According to Electrolux, fast has never tasted this good with the introduction of the Electrolux SpeeDelight High-Speed Grill.

Helping you take your business to the very next level in speedy service, the SpeeDelight fuses an innovative three-way cooking technologies into a stylish countertop-friendly unit.

Capable of cooking up to three times faster than a standard press grill, this could be the cooking unit your cafe, coffee shop, pub or bar has been crying out for. …continue reading Back to the Crisp: Introducing the Electrolux SpeeDelight high speed grill

How to clean an ice machine

Bad ice can be the difference between sickness and health, it’s not just about the taste of your cold drinks, that’s why it’s an integral part of a proper hygiene procedure when using a commercial ice maker or ice machine.

If you’ve been wondering how to clean an ice machine, then luckily we’re here to help make sure you don’t fail a health inspection by not having cool clean ice making machines fit for professional usage.

It’s important to keep your ice machine clean, especially if it’s not been used for a long time, or it’s a brand new unit.

…continue reading How to clean an ice machine

National Fish and Chip day: Yorkshire remains king of the cod

National Fish and Chip day is a celebration of one of the most iconic British seaside classics, the humble but immensely loved Fish and Chips.

From the windswept seaside serving hut to the high street chippy, our love for one of the oldest fast foods available en masse is una-‘baited’ (pun intended).

In the past Fish and Chips have taken a ‘battering’, but that’s simply unfair to the fishy dish in question.

…continue reading National Fish and Chip day: Yorkshire remains king of the cod

How to clean a barbecue

You pull your barbecue from winter storage to find that last summer has seriously taken its toll on the charcoal or gas-powered wonder-food maker.

Grease, grime, dirt, dust, oil and ash have combined to make a mess of your once glorious grilling machine.

Fingers coated in a dust-grease combination, you wonder how do I clean a barbecue that has been in deep storage for such a long time? We come to the rescue.

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What happens when a fly lands on your food? And how to prevent it

Pests, bottom feeders, vermin. Flys are some of the most common but also most hated insect on the planet.

They are responsible for spreading diseases, spoiling food and generally being all around bad eggs – they are probably responsible for that too!

But what happens when a fly lands on your food? Let’s find out what happens and what you should do about it. …continue reading What happens when a fly lands on your food? And how to prevent it

National Vegetarian Week 2017: 15-21 May

National Vegetarian Week 2017 runs from 15-21 May, and it’s all about eating veggie for the week and enjoying delicious, exciting food. Everyone is welcome to join in and we’ve got loads of mouth‑watering recipes, tips and resource packs to help you make the most of it.

Running from the 15th to the 21st of May 2017, National Vegetarian Week is a celebration of all things veggie; helping you to enjoy delicious and exciting food without compromising on both colour and flavour on your plate!

A healthy lifestyle doesn’t necessarily have to have meat in it, and this celebration of all things veggie by the Vegetarian Society, could be the introduction to an alternative diet that you, your friends and relatives might have been looking for. …continue reading National Vegetarian Week 2017: 15-21 May