Monthly Archives: February 2010

Vollrath – High Grade S/S Commercial Smallwares

In an ongoing endeavor to continue to be the major equipment and smallwares supplier in our market, we are excited to announce that we have just added to our stocking inventory products from the Vollrath company. These items are from the Jacobs Pride collection. This line is endorsed by Johnson and Wales Culinary program. As our customers keep looking at us to be their supplier we have taken up the task to bring in better quality items. Yes they may cost a little more but then isn’t quality worth a little more? Some of the items we have in are Steam Table Pans of all sizes and French Whips in various sizes. These can be used for stirring a thicker product such as making a roux. Other items are a unique shape spoodle that has an oval bowl which will enable you to dish product out of the corners of pans. We also now carry hollow handle buffet utensils for the caterers. Check out our web site for all the new and exciting items as we continue to listen to our customers. If there is an item you think we should have in inventory, please let me know so we can look into it.

Jerry Kraushaar is a leading chef and sales consultant for Burkett Restaurant Equipment.

New Heated Banquet Carts, Great For Catering

Wow, here we are almost spring time and wedding time. Take a look at Carter Hoffman Heated Banquet Carts featured on our web site! I have used these units in the past. One of the things I liked is the casters are large and roll easily over many different surfaces. This is important when the cart is full of product the weight can be quite a bit. One of the advantages of these units is that they can be used for bulk food storage for banquet and buffet functions. Depending on what model you go with they can really increase your productivity. I have put as much as six 12 x 20 x 2 ½ deep pans per door using a full size sheet pan as a way to stack them. They also work extremely well as plate warmers for banquet functions. You can put a large amount and they will heat up and you have hot plates for the function. Since they operate on 120 volt they can be moved to another area and plugged in maintain proper serving temperatures. Carter Hoffman is one of those companies where quality is important. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to call. We are here to help!

Jerry Kraushaar is a leading chef and sales consultant for Burkett Restaurant Equipment.

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