Weekly Bites: Brace yourself for the mason jar shortage of 2020!

Welcome to Week 45 of 2020. Chef Works® ® Weekly Bites is where we take a dive into the noteworthy and enjoyable food stories of the week.


The National Restaurant Association has actually released a declaration concerning the result of the 2020 election.

It’’ s not a surprise that the cooking and hospitality markets have actually been greatly affected by the COVID pandemic and the National Restaurant Association has actually attempted to promote their cause through numerous opportunities. Country’’ s Restaurant News has the story, together with what the result might imply for the market.


The National Restaurant Association praises the election of President-elect Joe Biden and we eagerly anticipate dealing with his administration and the brand-new Congress in 2021,” ” stated Tom Bené, the NRA ’ s president and CEO, in a declaration. ““ The record-setting turnout of this election highlights that now, more than ever, Americans are depending upon their chosen authorities to collaborate to pass legislation to support the country’’ s healing.

You can check out the complete story here.


.A suggestion of the cap to Malcolm Jenkins of the New Orleans Saints, who brought food to survey employees in Philadelphia. Here’’ s the story from USA Today . And to reveal excellent karma exists, he likewise had among 3 interceptions Sunday night versus Tom Brady. No shade, simply sayin’’. It ’ s not formally the vacation shopping season till Oprah Winfrey states it is. Well, she has actually spoken. Her ““ Favorite Things ” list is on Amazon, in addition to 22 kitchen area basics, per Pop Sugar. .It was toilet paper. It was sanitizer. Now, it appears, mason containers are the current product to be in brief supply. With a lot of individuals entering into canning and pickling, Delish is reporting on the fantastic mason container scarcity of 2020.


In among the sweetest stories of 2020 –– and despite the fact that this is ““ dessert ” we indicate that in the metaphorical sense –– lots of kids left Halloween sweet for a 3-year-old lady fighting Leukemia.

CBS News reports on the household — — which attempted to let dissatisfied kids understand why there wouldn’’ t be sweet at their home by publishing an indication that read ““ Sorry, no sweet. Kid with cancer. See you next year!””


Instead, kids left sweet under the indication for the household. You can check out the complete Facebook post here.


Chef Jim Berman in his Chef Works Chef Coat and Urban Apron

You may keep in mind Chef Jim Berman from a Perspectives we did this summertime. He was operating in Washington D.C. with World Central Kitchen while his typical gig –– functioning as executive chef at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington, Del., — — was placed on hiatus throughout the shutdown.

If the name of that place sounds familiar to you, nevertheless, it’’ s since that was the head office of the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris project.

For the recently, Chef Berman has actually been grinding it out, cooking for personnel, security, project team, production groups, and so on. He was kind sufficient to share this picture in his Chef Works coat and Denver Chef’’ s Cross-Back Bib Apron.

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How do you Denver? The Denver household of aprons are offered in 4 various designs.

Did you understand that Chef Berman’’ s Denver Cross-Back is among a number of cross-back bib aprons we provide.

Here’’ s a rundown of them all.

The Denver is offered in 4 various designs –– the Chef’’ s Bib and Bib are cross-backs, while the half restaurant and waist are favorites amongst servers, bartenders and other front-of-house personnel. The made-to-fade craftsmen surface offers it an individual feel, and the 100 percent cotton is as comfy as it is long lasting.

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