Chef Products + Equipment
Try to imagine a chef’s home and/or restaurant kitchen stuffed full of cooking utensils, ingredients and apparatus: an arsenal of standard operating equipment, newfangled products and gadgets, and my personal favorite, ingeniously repurposed household items. If you’re not sure what I mean by “repurposed household items,” stay tuned.
by Dawn (December 15, 2013)
SURFAS CULINARY DISTRICT, a restaurant and chef supply house that has been at the forefront of equipment and product innovation — anticipating the massive changes to the professional chef’s kitchen with its inescapable focus on the science of cooking — by honing in on innovative equipment, products, and techniques. Read more »
Holly cow, holly goat, and so on and so forth. The options in the cheese case at Surfas Culinary District’s new flagship store in Costa Mesa are my fervent hopes fulfilled. Read more »
Bee Obsessive — Chef David Guas rolls out his love of honey and parts with the hibiscus-ginger-honey ice tea formula!
David Guas is chef and owner of Bayou Bakery and DamGoodSweet Consulting Group in Arlington, Virginia. He is the author of the cookbook DamGoodSweet:Desserts to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth New Orleans Style (see review in an earlier post). Read more »
by Dawn (January 24, 2013)
I admit that I am easily amused, and consistently surprised by the endless spigot of chef-selected paraphernalia that comprises the restaurant arsenal. The cloche (cake dome), and cake stand are amongst the function-meets-design items that the chef has owned for so Read more »
by Dawn (December 12, 2011)
What do you get when you combine a practical matter (food transportation) with style? At last, a simple answer, vonny food carriers.
Many of us have spent years transporting our standout dishes to social events in paper bags (impending food misfortune beyond this point), and in various name and nameless brand camping and cold storage containers. Read more »