DALLAS -- With computers making their presence felt in all areas of the workplace, food-service operators urged equipment manufacturers to create Web sites that would give the operators instant access to basic information, directly from their kitchens, on such topics as training, troubleshooting, safety and operation. Greg Waldron, executive chef of the giant Caesar's Palace casino resort in Las Vegas, said that computer terminals have been installed throughout the complex's ...
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