Hotel kitchens are not the same as domestic kitchens and their requirements can differ to other professional catering scenarios. The demands on a hotel can be extreme and failing to equip or fit out a busy kitchen can lead to disaster and lead to unhappy guests and poor revenue.
Catering is just as important a requirement of a hotel as accommodation and quality of food and service needs to be got right. A badly designed hotel kitchen can lead to poor service, a lack of quality in the food and a decline in guests staying at the hotel.
One of the first aspects to get right is the kitchen layout, which needs to be properly thought through.
Everything should be on hand and kitchen staff should not have to needlessly move around and most kitchens are divided into preparation, cooking and service areas which helps to keep service running smooth.
Ensuring there is enough room to work is also important as it will reduce the risk of accidents and prevent staff for getting in each other’s way. Good planning is therefore vital in designing and fitting a kitchen, proper thought into how the kitchen will run will prevent flaws in the design process. Often it is best to speak to experienced staff who have to work in such an environment who will be able to provide good feedback as to what could cause problems.
Feedback is also essential when it comes to kitchen appliances and catering equipment. This too is important to get right and needs to be both practical and easy to clean. Quantity and size is also important to get right as too few knives, or other essential utensils, and staff will be left frustrated waiting for reach other to finish with items.
Size should never be underestimated. A busy hotel restaurant will not only serve those staying in the hotel but also their guests, and a good hotel restaurant can attract non-patrons too which can increase revenue potential.
The hotel kitchen is key to the running of a good hotel restaurant, and if it is operating smoothly will help ensure the restaurant is popular, and guests are kept happy.…
Making out can be a wonderful thing, when done correctly. It’s really not as difficult as some people would have you believe, but it’s also not as easy as other people would have you believe. In this article, you’ll learn how to make out. Good thing to know, hmm?
To Make Out, You Must Already be Kissing (Duh)
First, you should already be kissing, or about to kiss. See some of the other articles I’ve written on how to accomplish this. I would love to give you a link, but I’m not allowed to. Check my profile!
Check Your Breath!
Make sure your breath smells good. Eat a mint, or suck on a hard candy. Be sure to dispose of these before you start making out! Do NOT chew gum. It is a common misconception that chewing gum will make your breath nice. It will, for a brief time, but then after a few minutes, the gum will just make your breath stale and your mouth dry. If you are really concerned about your breath, chew the gum for just a few minutes, so your saliva is working and the sweet sugary taste is in your mouth, then quickly dispose of it. Also, try to avoid strong flavored foods before making out, like garlic, unless of course, the person you’re about to kiss has been eating the same foods.
Brush the Teeth?
The best thing you can do, obviously, is brush your teeth. If you have a really important dinner date, it might be worth your while to pack a toothbrush, or leave one in your car. After the meal, excuse yourself to the bathroom for a few minutes, and brush your teeth! Your partner will definitely appreciate this easy step that will ensure your breath is fresh and minty (I prefer mint toothpaste anyway). 🙂
When your lips meet your partner’s, begin kissing in a rhythmic motion. Keep your lips slightly open, and even think about using the tip of your tongue. Stick to one side, to get comfortable with the motion.
The Secret Word
There’s a secret word that you can say, to help you practice this motion. I read it once, in a book, and tried it out, and it’s really quite amusing and useful. It perfectly mimics the required motion of open lips, darting tongue, and gentle rhythmic motion required for good making out. I reveal this word to you, for free, on my kissing blog. How to Kiss GoodThere’s a ton of great information about how to get a first kiss, how to make out, and much more on there. After you finish with this article, go check it out!
While your lips are occupied with your partner’s lips, remember to think about what the rest of your body is doing. Use your hands to hold your partner’s face and increase the intensity of the kiss. This works for both girls and guys! A great spot to put your hand is on the soft area …