Warm up 9-7. ½ sheet of paper 1. What are the 2 character types of Foodservice Industry? 2. List 4 commercial foodservice segments 3. Take one answer from #2 and give description of it with name of a company 4. Where, what is name of your family’s favorite restaurant, why?
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*Lesche(LES-kee)-private club that offers food to members
* Phantnai(FAAT-nay)- places that catered to travelers that brought their own food to have it prepared on-site
* Reclined while eating, had music & dancing
*”Belief that pleasure was the purpose of life & achieved by self control, said Epicurus” where Epicurean word came from (a person with refined taste for food & wine)
1. How would the introduction of silverware affect the foods people consumed?2. Why might diners bring their own silverware with them when dining out?
Industrial Revolution*During the Industrial Revolution, people moved to the city to find work in the growing number of factories to earn a better living.*People needed to live close enough to the factory to walk to work, go home for lunch, and leave again for dinner.*As cities became business hubs, dining and lodging establishments opened up to serve the needs of workers and employers.*With the invention of the railroad in 1825, inns, taverns, and foodservice facilities located near railway stations began to grow.
Which made milk safer to drink by heating it to a certain temperature to destroy harmful bacteria.
*Established exact rules of conduct and dress for chefs
*Chefs dress neatly and worked quietly.
*He organized and defined the role of workers in the professional kitchen.
*The kitchen brigade system, assigns certain responsibilities to kitchen staff
Example: Expediter who takes orders from servers and calls out the orders
to the various production areas in the kitchen.
(tiny thin hamburgers)
1st national fine dining chain