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cook-chill

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(Cookery) a method of food preparation used by caterers, in which cooked dishes are chilled rapidly and reheated as required
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Contract awarded for Provision of school meals in the transported meals system (lot 2 - supply and distribution of school meals by the cook-chill method), For the students of the 1st cycle of basic education and the children of kindergartens of the public network of the municipality of lisbon.
ON THIS DAY March 14, 1989: Union officials were demanding a referendum over the planned extension of controversial cook-chill meals in Kirklees schools.
The topics include principles of kitchen design, electricity and energy management, buying and installing foodservice equipment, fryers and fry stations, cook-chill technology, and dishwashing and waste disposal.
He said: "The spend is less than average because we have our own in-house cook-chill unit.
DCN also exhibited the Jet Cook Ideal for Cook-Chill and other food processing methods, a Jet Cook system can be installed into new vessels or retro-fitted into existing equipment.
D C Norris & Company (DCN) launched the latest addition to their range of Cook-Chill products - The DCN Tumble Heater 75 at Anuga Food Tec.
Cook-chill meals, drinks, scratch-cards, duty free, seven quid for PlayStation hire.
Plascon Packaging serves customers throughout North and South America with an extensive line of flexible food packaging including Cook-Chill Systems, Form-Fill-Seal films and PanGuard high temperature liners.
I may ask the microwave to shake hands with a cook-chill lasagne, but that's as far as it goes.
The 20-page, full-color catalog includes sections on Flavorseal cooking bags, shrink bags, pouches, films, netting, spices and other ingredients, cook-chill bags and accessories and disposable food safety gloves and protective gear.
FlavorSeal[TM] Barrier I Cooking Bags are designed for use in conjunction with cook-chill systems and cook-freeze applications.