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We don’t need to tell you that the foodservice world is buzzing with activity. But how do you stay up-to-date with the latest developments, professional events, inspiring stories and practical techniques among all the daily hustle and bustle of running your business? Together with our culinary advisors, we keep our finger on the pulse and let you know what’s happening in our colleagues’ kitchens and workshops. So you always know what is happening in the foodservice world.
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Running a bakery is more than simply baking. After all, you have plenty of different jobs, from CEO to head of HR. Frederik Delrue (Au Flan Breton) tells us how he goes about it.
We chatted with Mey Hofmann just a few months before she suddenly passed away. She spoke with great passion about her school, and her commitment to cooking. We would like to dedicate this interview to her, and would like to express our condolences to her family and friends.
Meet Frank Radder, a passionate herb grower and adventurous herbalist, and use wild herbs to give your creations an extra dimension.
Quality: everyone says this is at the heart of everything they do. But is that actually true? It's always a good idea to find out for yourself. Where does Debic quality begin? You guessed it, with the farmers and their cows. FrieslandCampina, the company behind Debic, has 18,906 dairy farmer members in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. Not only are they milk producers, but they are also co-owners of FrieslandCampina. Their skill and passion have a direct impact on your results. Take a moment to get to know ‘Ben and the cows’.
Summer vegetables will soon be here in abundance. Will low prices tempt you to purchase large quantities? Go ahead, but think about what you'll do with the left-over stocks. Because if you have to throw them away, you're also throwing out the profit from your bargain. Home-made pickles and condiments add a unique ‘chef's touch’ to your dishes. Let the fermentation technique do the work for you!
Did you know... a third of the food produced globally is thrown away? Do you know exactly how much food you throw away every day? Chances are that you will be amazed by just how much. And do keep in mind that throwing away food basically means throwing away money! ‘Zero food waste’ is a worthy cause for more than one reason. Join us in finding out what this trend is really all about and discover a few practical tips to help you waste less food and generate more profit.
Are you waging a constant battle against food waste, surpluses, leftovers and trimmings – in other words: loss-makers? Look at it differently and turn this battle into a creative challenge for you and your team. Creating added value with leftovers: it can be done. Under the headings of ‘deliciously savoury’ and ‘no to food waste’, we work creatively with leftover tasty ingredients, vegetable trimmings and good-quality cream. Ready, steady go!
What makes a dish a success? What is sure to make the difference? Taste is decisive, of course. You won't get anywhere if your food is not delicious. But before your guests tuck in, they will judge your culinary art... with their eyes. Some chefs have little idea, while for others this is the best part of the job: plating. Sometimes, it even goes as far as edible art. Looking to spruce up your plating techniques? Be inspired by these three Debic creations. And create your very own works of art.
2017 is well under way and after the busy holiday period, everyone is back to their normal routine. What can we expect this year in terms of culinary trends? Here we have mixed the main currents of 2017 and seasoned them with some useful tips.
The vacuum machine is the perfect tool to ferment vegetables. Tips & tricks from the Debic test kitchen with a step-by-step plan for professionals.
Strawberries in December, beans from Kenya in January, pineapples imported by air: we are so spoiled that we no longer know when fruit and vegetables are in season. Yet things can be different!