It may not be the sexiest piece of equipment in a kitchen, but if you serve breakfast or toast sandwiches, a toaster is a key to a perfect product. Here's what you need to know to buy one.
Toasters are an essential equipment item for any operation serving toast, bagels and sandwiches. If you serve breakfast, you must have at least one. Today's toasters have been engineered to do a good job of cooking evenly and quickly. There are two main commercial toaster types. Pop-up toasters look similar to the model you have at home, but heavy-duty versions and their toasting output are considerably different. So are the price tags (from $600 to $1,100). The commercial model will toast ...
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