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Introducing the Sundry Collection from BauscherHepp

[fa icon="calendar'] 11/2/17 8:00 AM

 

When you put things together and wind up with something greater than the sum of the parts, by definition, it's a synergy. When those parts are varied and diverse but still capable of creating a synergy, they can be classified as sundries. This is the case with the new Sundry Collection from BauscherHepp.

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Why Mixing and Matching Tabletop Will Create Memorable Dining Experiences

[fa icon="calendar'] 10/27/17 2:27 PM

 

There are no rules for setting a tabletop. From colors to materials, you have the freedom to create a unique dining experience for your guests, and the only limit is your imagination. In many environments, tabletop uniformity is important for branding, overall theme, and consistency. But what about foodservice operations who want to mix things up a bit?

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What Is Stonewashed Flatware and Why Is It a Good Look?

[fa icon="calendar'] 10/8/17 9:00 AM

 

Flatware is available in different finishes for a reason. With options come different aesthetics, and each one has a unique place depending on the type of restaurant or foodservice operation. From smooth, matte to a jewelry-inspired metallic finish, we've seen them all. However, one finish stands out as being perfectly imperfect, the stonewashed finish.

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The Impact of Social Media in Foodservice

[fa icon="calendar'] 7/6/17 3:22 PM

 

When you stop and think about it, you could argue that no industry has changed as much as foodservice in the last 15 years.

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The Use of the Elements of Nature in Modern Foodservice Décor

[fa icon="calendar'] 6/28/17 5:20 PM

 

 

Trends can change as often as the outside elements. We see this especially in the foodservice realm. In food, organic trends like farm-to-table are widespread these days. But in terms of style, one modern trend is the use of the elements of nature in restaurants and foodservice operations.

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What Is the Difference Between Toughened Glassware and Tempered Glassware?

[fa icon="calendar'] 6/13/17 6:14 PM

 

Tempered glass is known worldwide for its unique production process and for its technical characteristics. But not everyone knows how it's created, why those methods are superior, and how tempered glassware differs from other options.

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Why Tabletop Is Like a Playground Recess

[fa icon="calendar'] 6/6/17 3:01 PM

 

Anthony Bourdain once said, "Your body's not a temple. It's an amusement park. Enjoy the ride." And no tabletop collection speaks to that sentiment more than the new Playground collection from Bauscher Hepp.

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See the New Concrete Collection from Tafelstern

[fa icon="calendar'] 5/9/17 7:00 PM

 

Bold, organic, sleek, impactful, natural. Those are just a few of the adjectives to describe our new Concrete collection from Tafelstern. If you're looking to provide an edge to your operation's decor, or are simply trying to stand out from the crowd of white porcelain, keep reading to learn more about the launch of Concrete, and see a brief video of the products. 

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What You Can Learn in a Bauscher Hepp Showroom

[fa icon="calendar'] 4/18/17 7:04 PM

 

With locations in Raleigh, New York City, and Chicago, Bauscher Hepp offers showroom guests the chance to touch the plates, hold the forks and knives, and even drink wine from glassware. While these visceral experiences are certainly worthwhile, a visit to one of our Bauscher Hepp showrooms can provide an even deeper look at our company and our brands as a whole.

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A Brief History of the Knife

[fa icon="calendar'] 3/30/17 8:00 AM

 

It’s the tool that is literally the cutting edge of eating utensils. The knife is the one tabletop utensil that has a storied history as both a weapon and a dining tool. Not only could you kill your food with it, but also cut it up for consumption with the same handy implement. In fact, it’s the only utensil Crocodile Dundee approves of.

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