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Michael's Gourmet Food Services Serving Food Service Knowledge Your Consulting Template for Business Operations
Michael's Gourmet Food ServicesServing Food Service KnowledgeYour Consulting Template for Business Operations

RESTAURANT OPERATIONS 101

CLASS DESCRIPTION

           

            This class will consist of 6 - 1 hour blocks (or 3 – 2 hour blocks) covering Restaurant Management Operations, Back of the House Operations (BOH), the Front of the House Operations (FOH), Restaurant Financials, Planning the Business, and Planning the Business Divisions.

            The Restaurant Management Operations consists of a complete overview of how to open and run a restaurant, hospitality or food service operation. It is a synopsis of the Master Program and covers all areas as an overview and detailed outline.

            The Back of the House section (production) includes Kitchen Management Operations, Food Cost and Controls, Individual Station Outlines, Inventory Controls, Labor Cost and Controls, and also all Kitchen Control Forms in an Index. It is a complete template to use and train team members on the operational controls of running a profitable commercial kitchen.

            The Front of the House section (sales and service) will cover Floor Operations and Controls with a complete Floor Service Outline, Bar Operations and Controls, Management Training for Alcoholic Beverages, the N.H. Policy Guideline and Model for Alcoholic Beverages, and Advanced Techniques in Sales and Service.

            Restaurant Financials (template and training) elaborates in precise detail the financial structure and operational flow of all the aspects of both Financial Accounting (as required by the U.S. government), and Managerial Accounting that will create a profitable business. The sections are broken into Financial Training, Financial Accounting, and Managerial & Analytical Accounting. If the guidelines and training are followed, any viewer will have a full working knowledge of how a restaurant is run financially to make a profit.

            Planning the Business consists of how to set up and run a restaurant business. It includes the complete discussion on writing a business plan, and includes a business plan template as well as a detailed marketing plan. It also includes a complete business filing procedure and an outline of what to do first, second and so on about how to set up the business; as well as complete sections on Introduction to the Client, Legal Criteria, Marketing Plan, Employee – Employer Relations (human resource) Training Strategies, and Food Service and Sanitation.

            Planning the Business Divisions can be used to create separate profit centers within the original concept or can be used as a separate business concept and the template can be used to open and run their type of business. Each section of Catering, Home Meal Replacement and Fresh Gourmet Foods, Online, and Restaurant is set up to open and run each individual concept with full due process from the Master Template.

            The class material will be brought by the Trainer in the form of a course manual or a USB drive, whichever is preferred, for each student covering all subjects. The course book manual charge is $20, USB Charge is $5 – USB requires student to have Microsoft Office 2003 or higher and PowerPoint. A page outline will be given on multiple suggested readings.  A laptop is highly suggested but not necessary, a notebook and pen or pencil is all the student will need for class.

            At the completion of the class the student will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement acknowledging the students participation and understanding of the material. The students name will then be entered into the company database and can be used as a reference for future employment objectives.

 

Hours 1 & 2 Back Of the House Training

             Food Cost and Controls

            Individual Station Outlines

            Inventory Controls                 

            Kitchen Management Operations

            Labor Cost and Controls

            Kitchen Control Forms Index

 

Hours 3 & 4 Front of the House Training

             Bar Operations and Controls

            Management Training for Alcoholic Beverages

            N.H. Policy Guideline and Model for Alcoholic Beverages

Advanced Techniques in Sales and Service

            Floor Operations and Controls

Floor Service Outline

 

Hours 5 & 6 Restaurant Management Training

            The Business Plan

            Business Structures

            Employee – Employer Relationship

            Legal Criteria

            Training Strategies

            Marketing Plans

Financial Training

Planning the Business Divisions

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« Facts of Interest »

Chorizo, Spain’s ubiquitous sausage is usually made of chopped pork, sweet or hot paprika, crushed red peppers and garlic. It is available in two forms: a soft variety made for cooking and a cured, hard variety that is sliced and served as a tapas. Spanish Chorizo differs significantly from the plumper, juicier, Mexican Chorizo, which is made of freshly ground pork, and a chili spice blend, and the Portuguese Chourico, which contains less paprika and more garlic and includes wine. In America, Spanish Chorizo is popular in areas with a large Hispanic population. It has caught the attention of top chefs and often is used as a bold flavor counterpoint, especially in fusion cuisine.

 

Kitchen cooking TIPS AND TRICKS

  1. Use a chef’s knife (with a triangular blade) in a rocking motion, pivoting the handle end up and down without lifting the point of the knife from the board.

  2. Use a slight sawing motion when you slice. Your knife will feel sharper.

  3. Serrated knives should be long, so you can get a good sawing motion without crushing.

  4. Whenever possible, cut away from you not toward you.

  5. Always curl in the fingertips of the hand holding the food, like claws. This not only protects your fingertips, but allows you to use your knuckles as a cutting guide.

  6. For precision, use the index finger sitting on the food to align the knife. Keep the side of the blade lightly in contact with the front edge of your index finger as you make each cut.

  7. If you are cutting on a diagonal, move your fingers on a diagonal also.

  8. When chopping with a cleaver move your arm not your wrist, you’ll have more force.

 

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