cook-chill


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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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* The 35,794 square feet, two-story facility, includes a state-of-the-art cook-chill area, high bay freezers, assembly production areas, and receiving docks.
"We've been doing this going on 50 years, and the primary business we had for the majority of those years was a cook-chill facility," says Chris Staudt, CEO of Chairman's Foods.
Tewfic Kidess, head of operations at PH7 Catering Services, whose HACCP-certified central kitchen at Nad Al Sheba supplies food to 19 schools, said: "PH7 follows a cook-chill operation, which is the most effective method to distribute food to schools.
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...
I may ask the microwave to shake hands with a cook-chill lasagne, but that's as far as it goes.