Cook’s Direct Teaches Restaurants How to Achieve the Best Mother’s Day Brunch Ever

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Cook’s Direct, one of the nation’s preeminent suppliers of high-grade kitchen supplies, has provided vital tips and tricks for restaurants to boost sales and satisfaction this Mother’s Day.

Cook’s Direct, a provider of the highest quality kitchen and catering equipment, has today announced important information for any restaurant hoping to give their diners (and their moms) the best Mother’s Day brunch ever.

For restaurants celebrating mom this year, nothing quite says brunch the same way that waffles and crepes do. Combined with fresh fruit, all natural topping ideas and the right décor (think pink!), any restaurant can make Mother’s Day 2013 a smash hit for both their profits and their patrons.

Waffles are a brunch staple all over the US, but a restaurant needs to have the professional equipment to serve up waffle after waffle without quality, consistency or texture suffering. Cook’s Direct recommends that restaurants and diners take advantage of the pro-quality offerings available like the Waring WW25 Waffle Maker capable of turning out two golden, delicious waffles at once. Another excellent option is the Equipex GED Electric Waffle Baker, featuring independent heat controls and four different waffle plate patterns (Brussels, Liege, 7-inch round and cone shapes).

Adding crepes to a Mother’s Day brunch menu is as simple as having the right cooking equipment. Whether drizzled with wholesome fruit syrup, smothered in powdered sugar as sweet as mom or topped with chocolate syrup and whole fruit, professional crepe machines make volume and quality simple matters.

Cook’s Direct recommends that restaurants and diners intent on adding crepes to their Mother’s Day brunch menu choose the right size option. Crepe machines are available in large or small sizes, such as the options put out by Equipex. For eateries wanting to give mom something truly interesting for her special day, the Equipex Free Standing Crepe Kit is a perfect option.

Of course, it’s not all about the food served. Restaurants should put thought into their menu design and the decorations used – going “all out” is not necessary, but adding a few special touches will improve the atmosphere to match the quality of the brunch served.

To find out more about Cook’s Direct and their high-quality foodservice equipment products, visit http://www.CooksDirect.com.

About Cook’s Direct: Cook’s Direct has learned through firsthand experience what types of foodservice equipment stand up to the daily stress found in modern kitchens and has built a reputation on providing only the highest quality equipment and supplies. Superior customer care, expert product knowledge and a 100% satisfaction guarantee are the company’s hallmarks.

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