Winter is Here. Time to Change the Menu

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As a restaurant owner, you have to make sure you know some aspects of seasonal foods you are expected to serve in your establishment. In other words, there are some foods that you need to prepare when winter comes. This is the season when some particular foods like soup and warm casseroles are in demand. Below you can find some ideas for winter foods that will keep your clients warm and happy.

At the top of the list is the To Die for Crock Pot Roast.

During the winter season, your taste buds are looking for dishes with amazing flavor. In the case of this dish, your mouth will experience a combination of flavors.

If you want to really warm your customers during the winter season, Panera’s Cream Cheese Potato Soup is the best for you. Based from the customers of some restaurants offering this dish or a version of it, this is one of the most in demand dishes during the winter season. The taste is like a bomb and the spices are exploding inside your mouth. Definitely, this is a must try dish for winter season.

A lot of people enjoy dishes with chicken as the main ingredient. During the winter this Whole Chicken Crock Pot Recipe is one of the most sought after recipes. Although the dish involves marinating the chicken overnight you will end up with an amazingly delicious feast.

How about a mouth watery winter delight? Your customers will praise your place once they taste this Fudge Crinkles Cookie.

These are just a small example of a large variety of dishes you can incorporate to your winter menu. Now it’s your job to find the perfect ones for your restaurant and customers will thank you for it.

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  1. Another great food is garlic. The rawer the better. Add it to salads or eat it raw with your pills. During the summer time you can get a healthy amount of garlic from the scape, but during the winter the bulb, dried out, can be a great thing to add to recipes. Try the dried out bulb on toast and its great for spaghetti.

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