Keripik Sukun

November 20, 2011


Rp. 40.000,00

Price List

September 21, 2011
* Kripik Gadung, Harga per Kg Rp 30.000,-
* Kripik Belut, kemasan 250g, 500g, dan 3 Kg Harga per Kg Rp 55.000,-
* Kripik Cakar Ayam, kemasan 200g Harga per Kg Rp 110.000,-
* Kripik Paru, kemasan 250g Harga per Kg Rp 110.000,-
* Kripik Tahu Bulat, kemasan 200g, 2.5 Kg Harga per Kg 40.000
* Kripik Sukun, kemasan 2 Kg dan 2.5 Kg Harga per Kg 35.000
* Kripik Ubi Ungu, Harga per Kg Rp 20.000,-

Cheese Nastar Yummy

August 01, 2011
Nastar cheese snacks which are widely used to entertain guests. Especially during Idul Fitri, Christmas and New Year. Most of the hosts provide Nastar cheese to entertain his guests. Cheese cake with the basic ingredients of this delicious and it was very tasty ... hm ... ....

Nastar Cheese Recipe Ingredients:

* 175 grams of margarine
* 3 egg yolks
* 150 grams of grated Edam cheese
* 1 / 4 teaspoon salt
* 175 grams of flour, sifted
* 30 grams of cornstarch
* 1 egg yolk to spread (yes may be not, depending on taste)
* 25 grams of cheddar cheese, grated for topping (yes may be not, depending on taste)

Pineapple jam:

* 1 piece of pineapple, grated
* 125 grams granulated sugar
* 5 grains pimento
* 3 cm cinnamon

How to make Cheese Nastar:

1. Pineapple jam: grated pineapple, cooked with sugar, cloves, and cinnamon
until dry, remove from heat.
2. Prepare a flat baking pan, spread with margarine and set aside.
3. Beat the margarine until fluffy, enter and continue to beat until fluffy.
4. Enter the flour and cornstarch and stir well. Add Edam cheese and salt and
stir until the dough can be formed.
5. Take 1 teaspoon of dough. fill with pineapple jam, round shape, place on a
baking sheet, give the distance, spread with egg yolk and sprinkle with
grated cheddar cheese.
6. Bake in the oven with a temperature of 160 ° for 15 minutes until cooked.
7. Let cool, when cool store in airtight jars.

For 400 grams

Benefits and Efficacy of Dates

July 31, 2011
Dates, whether or ruthab Tamr can calm nerve cells through its influence on the thyroid. Therefore, doctors recommend giving a few dates in the morning to the children and the elderly, in order to better mental state.

Dates are highly recommended as food for iftar. There are things that have been defined in the field of medicine that the sugar and water is the first time that people need to hold fast after a period of eating and drinking. Reduced glucose (sugars) in the body can lead to constriction of the chest and disorders of the bones. On the other hand, the reduced water can weaken and reduce endurance. This is different from the people fasted immediately fill his stomach with food and drink when breaking the fast. Though he takes three hours or more so that digestion can absorb these sugars. Therefore, people who eat food and drink when iftar can still feel the phenomenon of weakness and disorder, physical disorder caused by lack of sugars and water.

Date palm fruit is rich in substances that neutralize acidic mineral salts, such as Calcium and Potassium. Dates are the best foods to neutralize existing acid in the stomach due to leave the rest to be able to neutralize the acid after chewed and digested arising from consuming protein such as fish and eggs.

Start a Snack Business

July 23, 2011
Determine your source of snacks. Honor Snacks are small packages of brand-name products, including salty choices, such as chips and pretzels, and candy, gum and breath mints. Snacks usually are priced the same amount, generally about 75 cents to $1, with a big mark-up for profit. Wholesale snack providers are a good source; discount retailers are, too. You can customized snack packs for various market preferences.
Find your corporate customers. Armed with some gift snacks, an actual snack box, a money canister and your promotional literature, make an appointment with the office manager. You'll need a contact within the company to watch the money canister and the snacks themselves.
Identify an office building with a number of small businesses. You'll want to make your route runs efficient, so it's better to have a single high-rise with multiple companies than businesses spread out all over the city.

Breadfruit Chips

May 03, 2011

Food Service

April 08, 2011

Banana Chips

March 15, 2011
Banana chips are deep-fried and/or dried slices of banana. They can be covered with sugar or honey and have a sweet taste, or they can be fried in oil and spices and have a salty and/or spicy taste. Variants of banana chips may be covered with chocolate instead.

Usually, the chips are produced from underripe bananas, of which slices are deep-fried in sunflower oil or coconut oil, which are then dried, and to which preservatives are added. These varieties of chips can be very oily, due to the deep-frying process.

The dried chips are a more ‘wholesome’ product. They too are eaten as a snack food and are often added to cereal mixes such as muesli. The chips can be dried without any additives or they can be coated with a syrup or honey dip prior to drying which gives a sweeter tasting, higher calorie and possibly more attractive looking product. Chips made by drying have a longer shelf life (up to 6 months) as long as they are dried to a low moisture content and stored in a cool dry place.

Bananas can also be dried whole or in long strips until they are leathery and chewy. They have a higher sugar content and are not crispy like the dried chips. They are sometimes referred to as banana figs.

Starting a Catering

February 27, 2011
Catering is the business of providing foodservice at a remote site or a site like a hotel, public house (pub) and other various locations.

The number one skill that would be helpful in running a catering business would be the love of food and the passion to cook. To run a successful catering service you will need to be able to work well under pressure, keep your calm and be reliable. When you are offering a service based business you are selling your dependability instead of a product. Deliver what you promise.

This is the first thing you need to think about before you can think of starting a catering business. It's not something that you can rush into, but to be successful careful planning has to be thought up.

* Name and Location
* Who customers will be
* Content of menu and drinks list
* Staffing costs
* Purchase costs
* Rental costs
* Projected Income

* Intro - purpose, history, staff, unique selling point
* Executive simmary - business in general ( short and to the point)
* Overview - mission, what you are looking to achieve and why do ou think it will work (be clear and short)
* Business Environment - Market Research, Location, problems, solutions, competition, expansion potential. You could be looking for a home catering business or you might like to stick to a restaurant in the town or city.

You might want to think about building a website as a form of advertising for your company. You can post the menu that you have decided on and various different certifications or experience that you may have. Pricing does not have to be listed, but an example may give customers an idea of your charges so that they do not call you needlessly.

Potato chips

January 31, 2011
Potato chips (known as chips in American, Australian, Canadian, Singapore, South African, New Zealand and Indian English as well as most European languages; crisps in British and Irish English) are thin slices of potato that are deep fried. Potato chips are commonly served as an appetizer, side dish, or snack. The basic chips are cooked and salted; additional varieties are manufactured using various flavorings and ingredients including seasonings, herbs, spices, cheeses, and artificial additives. Crisps, however, refer to many different types of snack products in the UK and Ireland, some made from potato, but may also be made from corn, maize and tapioca. An example of these kinds of crisps is Monster Munch.
In the summer of 1853, Native American George Crum was employed as a chef at an elegant resort in Saratoga Springs, New York. One dinner guest found Crum's French fries too thick for his liking and rejected the order. Crum decided to rile the guest by producing fries too thin and crisp to skewer with a fork. The plan backfired. The guest was ecstatic over the browned, paper-thin potatoes, and other diners began requesting Crum's potato chips.
In 1969, General Mills and Proctor & Gamble introduced fabricated potato chips, Chipos and Pringles®, respectively. They were made from potatoes that had been cooked, mashed, dehydrated, reconstituted into dough, and cut into uniform pieces. They further differed from previous chips in that they were packaged into breakproof, oxygen-free canisters. The Potato Chip Institute (now the Snack Food Association) filed suit to prevent General Mills and Proctor & Gamble from calling their products chips. Although the suit was dismissed, the USDA did stipulate that the new variety must be labeled as "potato chips made from dried potatoes." Although still on the market, fabricated chips have never achieved the popularity of the original.

Today, potato chips are the most popular snack in the United States. According to the Snack Food Association, potato chips constitute 40% of snack food consumption, beating out pretzels and popcorn in spite of the fact that hardly anyone thinks potato chips are nutritious. Nonetheless, the major challenge faced by manufacturers in the 1990s was to develop a tasty low-fat potato chip.

Fish & Chips Business

January 06, 2011
While fish and chips remain a popular meal choice, competition can be just as stiff for business startups in this area of service; many restaurants offer these items on their menu along with other fare.

Review the competition in the area where you plan to open your fish and chips business. Are there other businesses selling fish and chips? If so, what will make yours stand out above the competition for consumers? If there are few, if any, competitors, you may need to determine whether the market wants to support a fish and chips business.
Write a business plan for the fish and chips business. This document should include a detailed description of the business, what it will sell and its purpose in the market; a description of the customer base you are seeking for support of the business; an explanation of financing details, whether through loans or savings; a detailed summary of the business operating plan for three years; financial growth projections for three to five years; an outline of operating procedures (such as hours and training of employees); and a description of any staffing needs for the fish and chips business.
Apply for financing to start the fish and chips business, including a line of credit for buying equipment and supplies for daily running of the restaurant. Look at various business lenders to compare loan terms and options, such as interest rates and length of repayment time. Complete a loan application, if required, and supply the lender with financial documentation that shows your debts, cash on hand (savings, checking, and liquid assets such as mutual funds), the past three years of tax returns, and proof of any income, such as W2s or pay stubs. A copy of the business plan will also be required by the lender to look at current needs as well as future financial projections for the fish and chips business.
Find a location for the business that is accessible to both foot and vehicle traffic. Compare various locations for available parking, leasing prices, the cost of utilities, zoning laws and how close other any other fish and chips businesses would be to yours.
Open banking accounts for the business. Request a federal tax identification number, which may be required by the bank for checking, money market or savings accounts used in the business. Order business checks and a debit card that can be used for purchases and paying bills through the banking accounts.
Lease the desired space for the business. Set up utility accounts--electric, gas, water and phone--and apply for any zoning permits that are required. Complete an application with the county health department for a food license, and apply for a vendor's license from the appropriate agency, allowing you to become a retailer.