THE GOAL:Help to reverse the long-standing trend to overeating by ending “portion distortion.”THE PLAN: Take the lead in driving sensible small-portion approaches to menu design and xecution. THE PAYOFF: The right approach to portion size can lead to multiple benefits: faster service, great-tasting food, reasonable cost, and fewer calories, to help get members’ and guests’…
First & Foremost
SUMMING IT UP • Know your audience. If your club has a highly diverse membership, you’ll need a variety of appetizers. • Keep prices reasonable. Factor in ingredient cost, portion size and your desired profit margin. • Watch prep time. Offering complex appetizers can cut into overall kitchen staff time. The Anglebrook Golf Club in…
A procession of sampler portions sets a new pace at the buffet line.
What’s In Your Meals?
Your dining rooms and grills can be critical battlegrounds for members and guests who are trying to eat healthier. To be a good ally, emphasize “good vs. bad” rather than “less vs. more.”