Foodservice Equip Story

With Foodservice Equipment, Cheap Can Be Costly

There are few bargains when it comes to purchasing the right cooking equipment. Functionality and practicality must coincide with an affordable price tag. By Marilyn Odesser-Torpey, Associate Editor Just like the latest luxury car, a shiny, new piece of foodservice equipment can be hard to resist. But Brian Tucker, foodservice director for Lake, Fla.-based S

Vitamix

Quiet Commercial Blender

Vitamix introduces The Quiet One, a powerful, premium blender that utilizes exclusive technology for superior noise reduction.  An innovative door seal design, coupled with patent-pending floating technology, significantly reduces vibration transmission and improves airflow, which reduces sound, making The Quite One ideal for any front-of-the-house environment. It operates 18 decibels below its closest competitor on

Steaming Off The Line

The Alto-ShaamCombitherm has further developed combination oven/steamer technology to provide complete smoking ability. Available in three electric boiler-free models, thispatented technology gives operators the unique ability to smoke any product,hot or cold, and follow it with a non-smoked item without any residual smokeflavor. Rich, smoke flavor offers menu diversification and even greater costsavings over smoked

Countertop Frying

Autofry, the top-selling line of ventless and automated deep frying systems is proud to introduce the MTI-40C—-the worlds first ventless, fully-enclosed and automated dual basket counter-top deep fryer. The MTI-40C is capable of producing up to 100 pounds ofproduct per hour. Ventless and fully enclosed, the Autofry Model MTI-40C has a high product capacity in

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