We're visiting family and friends this weekend and both a visit to the TSA website and a phone call are not leaving me any clearer on how I should packge the truffles I'm planning to bring along for…Continue
"If you Google "5 day cooler" you'll pull up a bunch of results. They have better insulation than regular coolers. It's supposed to mean that if you fill it with ice, it will still have ice in it 5 days later, but…"
"I've never had more than I can store inside of a couple of "5-day" coolers that stay in my "chocolate" pantry. Being in Arizona, I don't have any humidity issues, and since I work out of my home kitchen,…"
"Try some gift basket companies. I started working with one recently. So far I've done a large order for Christmas, I have a larger one I'm working on for Valentine's Day, and hopefully this will turn into a…"
"Cool, so the raspberry reduction, as of yesterday at least, consists of an entire bag of frozen raspberries, which is a little over 3 cups according to the package, dumped directly into a saucepan from frozen. I let it cook down until it loses…"
Be sure to look at the Intuit website, because there are several versions of Quickbooks for PC. You will need the higher end version (I think it's called Premiere) to add inventory to it. Still, the price isn't bad!
"The easiest and cheapest way to do what you want is QuickBooks Pro. It has a decent inventory system, but it is much more than that. It makes invoices, it does payroll(with an additional cost). You can write checks and keep all…"
How do you track your available inventory? Right now I'm putting all my data into Excel spreadsheets, but they keep getting more and more complex, and I keep finding a need for more and more of them. On one sheet, where I'm also calculating unit costs, I'm tracking a total inventory of how many were made, how many were "lost" (cracked, had extrusions, taste-tested, etc.), how many were sold, and how many are still available for purchase. Today I realized that I also need to keep track of how…See More