Food Business Archive

How to Plan a Menu for Catering Business

The menu is the most important foundation and attraction of a restaurant. It presents the different dishes served by an eatery, catering or food delivery establishment. The following are some practical guides in planning your menu: 1. Know what specialty foods you can cook that your customers will like. For example, if you are excellent [&hellip

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How to Make Chayote Catsup

Chayote or sayote is an edible vine plant that bears a  green, pear-shaped fruit belonging to the gourd family, which includes melons and squash. It has lots of health benefits from vitamins A and C to dietary fiber and now, uric acid lowering effect to tested animals, according to researchers of Davao Medical School Foundation, [&hellip

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How to Make Pork Tocino

Pork tocino also called sweet cured pork is a yummy dish perfect for the whole family. It is made by marinating it with salt, sugar, and saltpeter. Pineapple juice can also be added for a slightly tart flavor. It’s easy to make and prepare that’s why pork tocino is also a popular breakfast viand or [&hellip

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How to Cook a Delicious Steak on a Pellet Smoker? 3 Tips

Nothing beats a nice juicy steak cooked on a modern pellet smoker that roasts the meat evenly and gives it that fantastic brown color that gets you salivating the moment you see it. Now imagine biting into that well-smoked piece of beef—mmh heaven on earth! It is quite apparent that whenever there is a family [&hellip

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Exploring the Money-Making Potentials of Meat and Skin From Native Pig

Raising pigs is a popular enterprise in the Philippines. Processing its meat is just one part of this proliferating industry. Processing its skin, a by-product, is another significant economic activity, the potentials of which the swine industry can take full advantage of. Taking into consideration the call of the government to promote the country’s native [&hellip

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How to Make Coconut Sap Juice, Coconut Honey and Coconut Sugar

The coconut tree as a “tree of life” is characteristically a food supplier as this tree provides fruit throughout the year. The fruit is edible at any stage of maturity. It provides not only solid food but also a large volume of very safe and healthy drinking water. The fruit of the coconut palm is [&hellip

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Pancit Recipes for Business

Pancit or pansit is the term for noodles in Filipino cuisine. Noodles were introduced into the Philippines by the Chinese and have since been adopted into local cuisine. Different kinds of noodles can be found in Filipino supermarkets which can then be cooked at home. Noodle dishes are also standard fare in local restaurants. Food [&hellip

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Going Natural With Processed Food

Is there such a thing as healthy, processed meat? The Department of Agriculture – Southern Tagalog Integrated Agricultural Research Center (DA-STIARC) in Lipa City gives a resounding yes to this question through a project on meat processing that makes use of herbs and spices instead of synthetic ingredients that are made up mostly of chemicals. [&hellip

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How to Make Soyannaise

Soyannaise is a breakthrough in the health-food industry. A soy-based cream, it can be used as a spread, dressing or dip and is very easy to prepare. It can also be a viable business venture because you can supply the product to restaurants and stores that use it for their healthy salad and sandwich options. [&hellip

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How to Make Squash Catsup

How to Make Homemade Squash Catsup Squash Catsup Materials: 4 cups squash, pureed 1 c red sweet pepper, chopped 1/3 c onions, chopped 1 tbsp garlic, chopped 21/2 c vinegar 3 c sugar 3 tbsp salt 2 tsp cornstarch dissolved in 2 tbsp water and boiled 2 tsp grand black pepper 1/2 strawberry red coloring [&hellip

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