Tip of the Week

At this busy time of the year, the kitchen is under pressure.

Here are a few tips to keep everything safe and under control

  • If your menu is changing for Christmas, ensure you double-check your allergen sheets
  • In this busy period, it’s more important than ever to stay on top of your kitchen daily records – this is your due diligence and defence if anyone reports illness after eating at your venue
  • If you do receive an alleged food poisoning complaint, follow your food incident form, and if you don’t have one, get in contact with us!
  • If staff are ill with sickness or diarrhoea, they must inform management and leave work immediately. They cannot return until they have been free of symptoms for 48 hours.

Alert

If you have any kind of incident (Food Poisoning complaint/Allergen incident etc) call us on 01737 824039

    

Weekly Food Fact

Did you know that Christmas Pudding originated in the 14th Century as a rich fruity porridge. The Victorians updated the recipe and Mrs Beeton’s book of Household Management in 1861 has a recipe and an illustration of the Christmas Plum Pudding that we know and still love today.