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Price Davis, LLC
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Convenience Store Fixture, Commercial Refrigeration and Restaurant Supply Store in Iron Station.
Convenience Store Fixture, Commercial Refrigeration and Restaurant Supply Store in Iron Station.

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Create food items on the @Henny Penny #F5 open fryer is as easy as 1, 2, 3! Store up to 99 cooking programs for fast and easy access.
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We enjoy helping our clients bring their vision from concept to reality. This is an example of a custom hot dog island created using Royston modular metal cabinetry with laminate overlay panels and Corian solid surface tops. The black powder coat cabinet really brings out the rich woodtones of the laminates and is a nice contrast to the Corian tops.
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Top 10 Reasons to Pressure Fry

10. Pressure frying seals in food’s natural juices.
Frying under pressure is the only frying process that seals in food’s natural juices, keeping product naturally moist and flavorful.

9. Pressure fried food is less greasy.
Since less moisture escapes from food, less shortening is absorbed in its place.

8. Pressure frying is faster and uses less energy.
Cooking under pressure improves the transfer of heat from frying medium to food. This means less energy is required to keep shortening hot, and product gets done faster.

7. Pressure frying reduces flavor transfer.
With shortening sealed out and natural juices, nutrients, and flavors sealed in, there is much less transfer of flavors and odors from product to product.

6. Pressure frying is more productive.
Henny Penny pressure fryers take less time and less room to cook the same amount of food, giving you higher production per square foot than conventional fryers.
5. Pressure frying is cleaner.
Pressure frying captures most oil-laden steam and exhausts it directly to the hood above, reducing greasy film and odors that can build up in the surrounding areas.

4. Pressure frying uses less shortening.
Shortening lasts longer for two reasons: Lower cooking temperatures slow the shortening breakdown process and less shortening is absorbed into food.

3. Pressure frying results in less food shrinkage.
By retaining moisture and juices, food shrinks less when pressure fried. Your customers get more of a tender, tastier product for their money—and so do you!

2. Pressure frying means more menu items.
Pressure frying is one of the most versatile cooking methods available, giving you dozens of options for meat, poultry, seafood, veggies… even pastries and ice cream!

1. Pressure frying produces consistently great taste.
Today’s technologically advanced pressure fryers can cook food quickly and thoroughly with consistent flavor and appearance, load after load.

Learn more how Henny Penny pressure fryers can add profits to your bottom line: 
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