Free Shipping on Restaurant Equipment to Nearly All of Florida

One Fat Frog Restaurant Equipment understands that commercial restaurant equipment isn’t cheap – even if it’s used commercial restaurant equipment. After the cost of the restaurant equipment comes the shipping cost. Nearly all pieces of restaurant equipment weigh more than a donkey with an elephant on its back, so shipping restaurant equipment is not cheap.… Read More

Honey Sales Have Been Deregulated in Florida

Good news for Florida’s beekeepers. The Florida Department of Agriculture has deregulated the sale of honey and deemed honey one of the state’s “cottage foods.” This means that smale-scale honey operations (under $15,000 a year in sales) no longer require a permit to sell and can prepare their honey in a kitchen not inspected by… Read More

Buying Refrigerated Prep Tables and Convection Ovens

One Fat Frog Restaurant Equipment is always buying new and used restaurant equipment. No matter what condition it’s in: clean, dirty, broken, rusty, etc. It doesn’t matter. One Fat Frog will even pick it up and pay in cash. At the moment, One Fat Frog has its sights on refrigerated prep tables and convection ovens.… Read More

Cookshack Restaurant and Catering Classes for October 2011

The Cookshack in Ponca City, Oklahoma still has some spots open for it’s 2011 Restaurant and Catering Class – taking place October 17 & 18. Instructors include Stuart Powell, Cookshack President/CEO, and chefs David Bouska and “Fast Eddy” Maurin. Attendees will learn how to cook championship BBQ from the pros. As well as learning from… Read More

40th Florida Restaurant & Lodging Show on the Horizon

The 2011 Florida Restaurant & Lodging Show is being held September 8-10 (Thursday to Saturday) at the Orange County Convention Center. Several seminars and  events are taking place and tons of vendors will be on hand to display the latest in restaurant technology and strategy. One Fat Frog Restaurant Equipment will be there all three… Read More