Korinna Kriemhild. kitchen. October 08th , 2017.
With pots boiling water, sharp knives, electrical equipment and spillages all commonplace within restaurant kitchens, there are many ways in which an employee could be injured. Some of the most frequent examples include:-
To set the right mood, right light is necessary. If you have planned to use one of the islands as a small dining space, consider installing different lights for occasions of all kinds. For example, some small bulbs and dim lights for those romantic dinners with your better half and a few bright ones for midnight birthday celebrations. If not lights, you can bring home a few scented candles and place them all over the kitchen. But, make sure you are keeping the candles away from flammable materials kept in the kitchen.
For your large containers, they must be food grade, not recycled plastic. Getting free containers is the best. Check with local restaurants for food grade containers. Many will give them to you free or at a low price. Never store your food or water in a used container that did not originally contain food. The plastic will absorb molecules of the previous contents. Notice what food the container held. Pickled items will leave an odor that will leach into your food.
Put a bit of the stencil paint onto your brush or sponge and dab off the excess. The key with a successful stenciling project is to never use too much paint all at once. If your stencil comes out too light, you can always go over it again. However, if you start out too dark or intense, it will be much harder to correct the effect.
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