|Menu Design: Merchandising and Marketing|
|by Albin G. Seaberg|
Here in a single, thoroughly updated volume, is everything you must know to develop a menu that will dramatically enhance a restaurant's image.
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I don't think ... properly be called tabouli because it doesn't ... best prepared a couple of hours or more ahead of serving to allow flavors to develop.
Take cracked wheat and pour hot water over it to cover it until you have prepared all other ingredients. (This is so the wheat will be soft.) Chop ...
Toss cooked barley (be sure not to over cook) in a large bowl with the olive oil, lemon juice and garlic. Add the chopped mint and dill. Toss in ...
Rinse the bulgar wheat and let soak in a little water as you chop the other ingredients. Chop parsley, onions and tomatoes into small pieces. Drain ...
Pour boiling water over bulgur. Let stand while preparing vegetables. When wheat is soft and no longer hot, stir in vegetables (except lettuce). Mix ...
Bring bulgur and water to a boil in a covered pan. Reduce heat, simmer until water is absorbed (5 minutes). It should be crunchy, not soft. Mix the ...
Combine all ingredients. Cover with water and soak 1 hour then refrigerate.
Rinse and drain wheat; add all ingredients; mix well. Let set 1 hour before serving. Salad may be kept in refrigerator for several days.
Mince the parsley, mint and green onions. Chop the tomatoes. Cover the cracked wheat with boiling water. Let it stand 5 minutes and drain well. Add ...
Bring the rice and water to a boil and simmer until fluffy, about 45 minutes. Set aside and cool completely. In a small bowl, whisk together the ...
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