Sun, 9 April 2017
Many of the people who listen to this podcast aren’t chefs, but many of you do have responsibility for kitchen results. It’s the heart of the house, and the product of all that ice, fire, food, hard work and creativity can either attract and delight, or sometimes leave customers unimpressed. If you own or manage a business where food is served, you must have an understanding of how the kitchen works.
In this podcast, Ken Burgin talks from his own experience as owner of a busy cafe and restaurant, and from what he’s observed working with chefs and restaurant operators as a consultant and through Profitable Hospitality. In recent years, good technology has given chefs more control, and managers much more access to costing, ordering, workflow, sales and customer responses. Good communication is always essential, and that too benefits from modern channels to keep everyone ‘on the same page’. Good teamwork is when everyone feels they have the control they need…