Food for fifty by Grace Severance Shugart

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THE resource--for nearly 70 years–this exceptionally comprehensive book/reference provides basic technical food production information; offers a wealth of high-quality, standardized, quantity recipes applicable to most types of foodservices; and clearly explains the full range of generally accepted procedures and techniques involved in quantity food preparation. Very contemporary in perspective, it provides a host of “new tools” for helping food professionals meet quickly changing dining trends and satisfy the expectations of today's customer. Approximately seventy recipes–organized according to menu categories and applicable to all types of foodservices. Recipes are easily adaptable to incorporate new recipe ideas and presentations, and suggestions are given for many variations of the basic recipes. Includes information on menu planning; yield adjustment procedures; marinades, rubs and seasonings; planning and serving special meals (including buffets); temperature guidelines and safe food handling standards; as well as food customs of different religions. For foodservice managers and food production professionals in commercial kitchens.


About Grace Severance Shugart

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Molt is Assistant Director of Housing and Dining Services and Assistant Professor of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management, and Dietetics, Kansas State University.
Published August 8, 1979 by John Wiley & Sons Inc. 686 pages
Genres: Cooking, Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Science & Math, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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