Do you feel your current kitchen is too small to support the big dreams you envision? Maybe you’ve been that person who has inevitably turned your kitchen into your baking or cooking space, selling creative products from your home. Perhaps you’ve been looking for a place to expand your culinary ventures further, but haven’t found … Read moreWhat is on the Back Burner of Your Life?
Most people can start a food business in their home kitchen through the cottage kitchen laws that many states have on their books, but your capacity will be limited by your residential oven and home refrigerator. If you plan to produce in volume you will need to do your cooking in a commercial kitchen. The Cookline … Read moreCan You Benefit From Renting a Commercial Kitchen?
The farm-to-table movement has spent the last few years cascading through the restaurant business, and tagging along with it has come a stream of local farmers and vendors that have been able to expand their customer base beyond a farmers’ market stand. So how do these small business owners get their jams into jars and … Read moreLoco for Local: How to Get Your Farm to Their Table
The flood of delicious and original jams, jellies, preserves, fruit butters, and marmalade on the market might give a person dreaming of an artisan preserve company pause. But there is always room in the market for unique and original flavor combinations. New classics are waiting to be discovered. But how to experiment without breaking the … Read moreUsing the Science of Flavor Profiles
The hunger for healthy eating goes hand in hand with a strong and growing interest in knowing that what we eat and drink is good for the planet as well as ourselves. When you’re thinking about possible directions to take with your cooking classes, consider sustainable themes that will appeal to consumers who appreciate delicious … Read more5 Themes for Your Sustainable Cooking Classes
Small is the new watchword in the food maker world, with micro-business emphasizing craft, flavor, and innovation oversize. The small plate world of tapas and tastings and cheese and chocolate trays is encouraging a world of antipasto for dinner. This is a perfect time for a foodie to branch out into the business world. What’s … Read moreThe Small Food Revolution
Are you looking for a unique way to garner customers? It’s proven that Millennials are more “food savvy” and are highly interested in trying new foods. So why not cater to this group and get more customers with a food tasting event? Icebreakers Food is a great icebreaker for people. Discussing what they like or … Read moreGet More Customers with a Food Tasting Event
When you’re cooking in large quantities, plentiful dry food storage is a no-brainer. From dried beans to uncooked pasta, it pays to buy your dry goods in bulk so there is probably a place for huge containers of dry ingredients in any commercial kitchen. Of course, this isn’t so simple as keeping a backup canister … Read moreHigh and Dry Pantry Protocols
You might be wondering if you really need a shared kitchen for your food business. It’s tempting to use your own home kitchen instead, but renting space in a commercial kitchen might be the smarter choice. Here are five reasons a shared kitchen might be perfect for you and your small food business: Cost: Starting your … Read moreFive Reasons You Need a Shared Kitchen
With diet playing such a big role in the management of many health conditions, you might want to consider providing some hands-on learning experience for your patient support group to help your members eat better. A commercial kitchen rental for your next support group meeting is an effective and entertaining way to get them together in public … Read moreCommercial Kitchen Rental for Your Next Support Group Meeting