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Mold in ice bin can make customers sick

By pwsadmin | February 13, 2019

If ice machine bins aren’t getting cleaned mold can grow fast, and mold can make your customers sick. People rarely think very much about the ice machine. It magically produces ice in perfect, uniform sizes. But, periodically you should turn the machine off, take out all the ice and scrub down the inside of the […]

Buying Stainless Steel Tables

By pwsadmin | February 5, 2019

There two main things to consider when looking at a steel table for your kitchen, Gauge and steel type and every table is come combination of these two variables. Gauge Steel tables come in 14,16, and 18, gauges. The number basically refers to the thickness of the steel on the table itself. 14 is the […]

Maintain Your fryer to save Money

By pwsadmin | January 22, 2019

Strain your oil frequently-your kitchen is busy. But, taking 10 seconds to run a strainer through your oil after cooking can save you serious money. Those crumbs keep cooking as long as they are in the oil. And when they cook, they break down the oil. Schedule regular deep cleans-I always suggest scheduling regular cleaning […]

If your Attachment Touches the Bowl of your Hobart 60-140 Quart Mixer

By pwsadmin | December 8, 2018

You should check your machine’s agitator clearance regularly. If it touches the bowl, this can do damage to the bowl itself and different components inside the unit. In some cases, the bowl clamp might not be closed or improperly adjusted. Here are standard instruction for readjusting the attachments on Hobart mixers: Step 1 – Unplug […]

How to quickly clean your oven in four simple steps:

By pwsadmin | November 7, 2018

Here is how to quickly clean your oven in four simple steps: Wipe out the crumbs from the sides and bottom of the oven-letting crumbs build up in your oven can affect the flavor of your food and become a fire hazard. Pull out the racks and wipe them down with hot soapy water (rinsing […]

How to change the saw blade on your Hobart meat saw

By pwsadmin | April 4, 2018

Remove the upper and lower pulley covers. Raise the gauge plate to its vertical position. Remove the right table by lifting its right side and sliding the table to the right to free it from the locating pins. Remove the column guard. Turn the tension adjuster counterclockwise until it stops (this will release tension on […]