Delicious catering options for your next breakfast event

As people struggle to fit in events into today's busy corporate culture, more and more events planners are turning to breakfast events. Here are some catering options, which are easy to eat, and low mess when wearing corporate attire: Baked eggs While eggs are a common breakfast food, poached, fried and scrambled eggs all have the tendency to be a little messy. A baked eggs dish is compact and easy to eat, and the eggs can be baked with delicious toppings including bacon or avocado for an extra kick. Read More 

What Features Make Reverse Osmosis Systems Durable?

Reverse osmosis refers to a process by which water is passed through a thin membrane at high pressure so that any dissolved inorganic substances (such as salt) are removed. This process is used to desalinate saltwater so that it can be used for drinking and other domestic or industrial purposes. This article discusses some features of these desalination systems that help to prolong their lifespan. Pre-Filters A pre-filter is placed on the line that supplies cold water to the reverse osmosis system. Read More 

3 Ways to Keep Daycare Catering Affordable

If you're running a daycare, there is a constant pressure to keep costs down. One of the most controllable of the variable costs is the daycare catering cost. Here are some ideas that can help you keep costs down. Slow cooking Using the slow cooker is a great way to save money, especially when you opt to use cheaper cuts of meat and dried legumes such as chickpeas. Slow cookers can be set up at the start of the day for the lunch meal and can create a cheap and nutritious meal. Read More 

4 simple ways to become a better cook

Cooking is a fundamental skill of life. People cook so that they can nourish themselves, so that they can experience the pleasure of putting delicious food into their stomachs, and so that they can look after the people they love the most by cooking meals and treat for them. But for some, cooking is just not a very developed skill, and they miss out on all this greatness that comes from cooking their own meals. Read More 

Don’t Be A Dastardly Diner: How To Be A Great Restaurant Customer

Think you know how to eat at a restaurant? OK, so it's not particularly complicated… enter, order, eat, pay, then leave. Of course, there's a difference between merely eating at restaurants and being a good customer, and better customers will usually receive better customer service. You'll also enjoy your dining experience more if you're realistic about what a restaurant can and can't do. So what are some tasty tricks for being an exemplary eater? Read More