Benefits of Working With a Henny Penny Distributor

Henny Penny products from the exclusive North Carolina and South Carolina Henny Penny distributor

Henny Penny has been a trusted name for decades when it comes to premium commercial foodservice equipment. They design their products to streamline high volume commercial kitchen operations and deliver consistently exceptional results. We have an extensive network of distributors around the globe ready to support you. There are many benefits of working with a…

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Tasty Menu Items Perfect For Batch Cooking

Batched cooked food loaded into a heated holding cabinet

Foodservice operators use heated holding cabinets to prepare tasty menu items that hold well in large batches and free up the kitchen crew to manage peak periods. This proactive system allows operators to achieve more productivity with less staff. Plus, batch cooking in advance of the mealtime rush means consistently delicious food is always available…

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Broasted or Pressure Fried Chicken? Is there a Difference?

Crispy breaded chicken on a plate

When it comes to fried chicken, you may be very familiar with Broasted chicken (and love it). That may depend on what part of the country you are from. In other parts of the country, those familiar with golden, juicy fried chicken may be familiar with the term pressure fried chicken. So what exactly is…

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Fried Chicken Restaurant Equipment: A Guide for Commercial Kitchens

It’s no secret that there are plenty of advantages to serving fried chicken. Chicken is the world’s most popular protein, it can be fried in batches and held for hours, and it’s an incredibly profitable menu item. Plus, according to a recent Technomic report, chicken menu category sales have increased at an average rate of…

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The 5 Enemies of Oil and How to Avoid Them

—Posted By Chef Gregg, Corporate Executive Chef For Superman it is kryptonite. For Achilles, it was his heel. It seems for every hero there is a potential weakness that stands in their way. Frying oil may not be faster than a speeding bullet or more powerful than a locomotive, but restaurants depend on it and…

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