In 2014, McCutchen — at the time a chef at 3030 Ocean — captivated audiences (and even managed to impress the mercurial Gordon Ramsay) with her talent, winning the head chef position at his Pub & Grill located at Caesars Atlantic City. Now, after a successful first year with PubRead More →

We do not think executive chefs or sous chefs need to be tipped. Those positions are generally well compensated, and many of them already have bonuses built into their compensation package. We’re talking about tipping the people in the kitchen who make $10-$12 an hour. How much do you tipRead More →

Food grade stainless steel is steel that met all criteria to be deemed safe for food preparation, storage and dining. The most common food grade stainless steel is Type 304. But 304 grade stainless steel also goes by another name or code, 18/8 and 18/10 stainless steel. Is stainless kitchenRead More →

Best paint for kitchen cabinets: 8 paints for cupboard doors Dulux. Quick Dry Satinwood Paint. Shabby. Chic Chalk Based Furniture Paint. Ronseal. One Coat Cupboard Melamine & MDF Paint White Gloss 750ml. Farrow. & Ball Estate Eggshell Paint. Johnstone’s. 2.5 Litre One Coat Quick Dry Satin Paint. V33. … Wilko.Read More →

So far, the industry’s standard ROI for mid-range kitchen makeover falls between 50% to 60% of your overall budget for remodeling. For instance, if you spent $69,000 redoing your kitchen, then you can expect to recoup around $34,500 to $41,400. How much does a kitchen remodel increase home value 2021?Read More →

USE ON FLOORS, CABINETS, AND FURNITURE – Touch of Beeswax can be used on all kinds of wood surfaces. … Use it to restore and protect your kitchen cabinets and other wooden cabinets. You can also use it to preserve wooden furniture. This product will reveal the natural beauty ofRead More →

are grouped together into a work section. one area to the next and within each area itself. A workstation is a work area in the kitchen dedicated to a particular task. What is a workstation in culinary? If you are new to the cooking world you need to know thatRead More →

The rule of thumb is 1.5 times the length of the drawer slide. If you have a standard depth kitchen cabinet then the normal length of drawer slide is 22”. If you multiply 22” x 1.5 = 33”. You can go wider, but the wider you go the more chanceRead More →

UK Building regulations state, “If you carry out any ‘building work’, and there is an existing extract fan (or cooker hood extracting to outside in the kitchen) you should retain or replace it. However, if there is no existing ventilation system you need not provide one.” Is it legal toRead More →

Diatomaceous Earth. … White Vinegar or Lemon Juice Spray. … Boric Acid and Sugar. … Soap Spray. How do I get rid of tiny ants in my kitchen? Simply create a 50-50 water and vinegar solution and spray it around your kitchen. You can also use vinegar alone, and itRead More →