Convenient Confections

Wolson, Shelley
June 2006
FoodService Director;6/15/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p58
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the utilization of pre-prepared products by food services to sweeten a dessert menu. Pre-made desserts help Kay Cox, purchasing assistant for the Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center, offers a Taste of the World bar featuring desserts to complement each dish. Barbara Hughes, head cook for the Loveland Intermediate/Middle School, agrees that using prepared dough and desserts helps save preparation time and increases productivity.


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