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The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission believe that trained sellers, servers, and managers are better able to identify and prevent sales of alcoholic beverages to minors, intoxicated persons, and non-members of a private club. http://youtu.be/A3MqFCeqrhA What will I learn? The TABC Alcohol Certification course is all about learning the following: Laws regulating sale or service of alcoholic beverages How to protect yourself and your establishment from liability How alcohol affects your customers and how to recognize them How ... Read More»
Pop quiz! It’s Thanksgiving afternoon, the big meal is done and you’re zonked out on the couch watching football with the family. After the game, three hours later, you shuffle into the kitchen to put away the leftovers. True or false: This is absolutely fine. You did answer “false,” right? According to WebMD, Thanksgiving food left out of the fridge or freezer for more than two hours must be tossed, period. And that turkey and green bean casserole that always seem to take up residence in the fridge for weeks? Toss them after four da ... Read More»
The United States Food and Drug Administration declared that “foodborne illness is serious business.” This is particularly true in the food service industry. One of the responsibilities of food establishments is to be able to provide safe and clean food for its consumers. It is important to understand the reasons behind proper food handling, which is an essential part of food handler training. Here is the food server's guide to safe food handling: http://youtu.be/6CjUGHBYNj0 Shopping Drop by the non-perishable goods shelves fir ... Read More»
It is that time of the year to remember the things for which we are grateful. For us, some of those things are the very food we serve on out Thanksgiving tables. It is curious how our Thanksgiving meals came about. If you have always wondered, wonder no more! Here are some more factoids for which to be thankful. Have a happy Thanksgiving and bon appétit! CLICK HERE TO VIEW IMAGE Share this image on your site by copying the codes below <p><a href="http://www.learn2serve.com/blog/thanksgiving-food-history/">< ... Read More»