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Restaurant Business Golden Rule:

"Let there be Chips & Dip on every menu."  (C&D is the highest profit menu item when labor is factored into the true cost.  Nachos are now considered appropriate in almost every genre of restaurant in the USA & Canada)


Even if you aren't in the market for a POS system, here are some good recipes that emphasize flavor, ease of preparation and low cost.    



Recipes That Rock
Croutons:  Save Money & Use That Old Bread...

If you've got lots of old bread that is ready to go bad, don't toss it.  Make fresh croutons!   Here is my recipe for parmesan garlic croutons:

  • Cut bread into crouton size pieces
  • In a separate container, combine:
    • Butter
    • Olive oil
    • Garlic powder
    • Salt & Pepper
  • Brush all the bread pieces with the butter and oil mix.
  • Sprinkle parmesan cheese on top of the bread pieces
  • Toast on each side (takes 5-10 minutes per side)

Best Ginger Dressing On Earth...

This is the finest salad dressing on Earth.  Or your money back!

 1 cup sweet white onions, minced 
 1 tablespoon  peanut oil 
 1/4 cup rice vinegar 
 2 tablespoons White Zif (or any sweet wine)
 2 tablespoons fresh ginger root, minced 
 5 stalks celery
 2 tablespoons ketchup  (for color)
 4 teaspoons soy sauce 
 2 teaspoons sugar 
 2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice 
 1/2 oz garlic, minced 
 1/2 teaspoon salt 
 1/4 teaspoon pepper 
 1/2 oz frozen orange juice

Put it all in your food processor and hit GO!   Vary the quantities to taste.   Careful with the peanut oil... a little goes a long way.   Sweet onions are best.  Fresh lemon juice is required.   Some people add a small amount of prepared horseradish to kick it up a notch.

Easy Gourmet Burgers

This is an easy tip I learned at a greasy spoon:   Take 1lb of hamburger and mix a small amount of onion slurry (i.e. put onion in a food processor) and Worcestshire sauce.   Now, add 2 drops of BBQ sauce.   Mix it together and form it into 1/3lb patties.   You've got gourmet burgers that are ready for the grill (no frying them!)

Microwave Appetizer

This high markup appetizer is a perfect fit for your microwave.  Take a tortilla and put chopped mushrooms, onions, sharp cheddar cheese, bacon bits and butter into it.   I prefer to use 2 tortillas and layer the filling inside the wrap.   Microwave until the cheese melts.   Cut into diagonal pieces.   Serve with sour cream, guacamole and/or salsa.