Welcome To My Blog!
I’m Connie Tipton, co-owner of Tipton Equipment Restaurant Supply, (along with my husband Tim), and a full-time foodie. This is where I post tips, recipes and other restaurant musings I find helpful or interesting. Hope you enjoy!
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one-in-six Americans get sick from consuming contaminated food or beverages every year. Food poisoning isn’t surprising considering commercial kitchens can serve as a hot spot for germs and bacteria if...read more
The essential kitchen equipment for any commercial kitchen is relatively easy to accommodate. Restaurants can make things possible for their patrons, with the help of a good set of restaurant kitchen equipment. Kitchen equipment is represented by the stove, freezer,...read more
Before opening your doors, you’ll need to prep with equipment, furniture, food, and standard restaurant supplies. Prepping means creating a list of everything you will need to purchase to keep your restaurant in business. No detail is too small to include; even...read more
Now don’t think we mean used an in donated to the Goodwill used. Lightly used kitchen equipment can be more affordable and allow you to access more of a variety in your kitchen. Affordable Doesn’t Mean Compromise “If you are looking to save money but still want...read more
There are many higher vocal points of the series New Girl, the relationships, the adventure, the messy change from 20's to 30's, and jobs, jobs, jobs. Today though, let's focus in on the kitchen and kitchen supplies they sported. Flair Our characters from New Girl...read more
The Office aired in 2005 showing us a good time as far as laughs. By the finale in 2013 it hadn't let up on the laugh factor nor cringe quality, but one thing about The Office bugs me. The kitchen. OutdatedThe kitchen began up to date in the first season and slowly...read more
Your commercial freezers are a vital part of your restaurant operation. They hold the food and supplies you’ve bought to keep them at their freshest until you need them. Unfortunately, when a freezer malfunctions, you can lose hundreds or even thousands of dollars’...read more
Do you have a large space in your restaurant set aside for special events and parties? Does it get reserved as often as you wished?If you’re like most restaurant owners or managers, the answers are yes and no. You probably have a space – almost everyone is expected to...read more
In early March, Philadelphia became the first city in the U.S. to forbid restaurants from refusing cash payments. As of July 1, all Philadelphia restaurants will have to accept cash payments and cannot charge cash-paying customers more than non-cash ones. Several...read more
No one gets into the restaurant business thinking about insurance and paperwork, but it’s still an important part of doing business. Insurance helps protect you from natural disaster, theft, employee injuries, and liability. Many times you can get insurance discounts...read more