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You may know Escali for their wide range of manual and digital scales, but did you know they feature much more than that? Offering a full line of commercial kitchen thermometers and timers in addition to kitchen scales, Escali products are known for precision measurement and smart styling. Always offered at an exceptional value, Escali products feature contemporary designs with on point accuracy. And since Escali products are sold internationally, all product models provide information in your choice of standard or metric formats!
Escali products are easy to use and help you cook with confidence. At Tundra Restaurant Supply we carry a diverse selection of Escali scales, timers and thermometers.
Commercial Scales and Portion Control
By far the easiest, and quickest way, to lowering your food costs is to reduce waste with portion control. Digital scales are a great way to measure out consistent portions of product so you're cost per plate is exactly what you'd expect no matter who is cooking. Scales can be used for everything from portioning out dough for dinner rolls, weighing pizzas with their toppings and much more. Want to bake like a pro? Weigh your ingredients instead of measuring them for consistent baked goods no matter who is baking or how dry/humid the kitchen is that day.
Food Safety with Escali Thermometers and Timers
Food safety is always an important topic—with good reason. A digital thermometer is one of the easiest ways to tackle food safety in and out of the kitchen. In its simplest terms, failure to keep hot food hot (and cold food cold) could cultivate the growth of harmful bacteria that can make you and your patrons sick (E. coli anyone?). Digital thermometers should be used to accurately track temperatures of your walk-in refrigerator, prep tables, and other coolers that might be storing product. You may also want to keep a smaller probe-style thermometer on hand to check protein temperatures before serving. For any food left in salad bars or buffet stations, remember to take regular (and accurate) readings throughout service to ensure that none of your food is kept out of the temperature "danger zone" (41° F - 135° F).
Timers are another way to help you stay on track with your food safety goals. Make multi-tasking easier with a timer to remind you about temperature logs, both for back of house and front of house tasks.