Kitchen equipment is often key to the menu additions that draw variety-hungry customers to restaurants. For example, Burger King’s flexible batch broiler, which can be programmed for the precise cooking times and temperatures of various items, enabled the launch of such ambitious new products as the Steakhouse XT burger and St. Louis-style ribs by the Miami-based quick-service giant. And Dunkin’ Donuts’ accelerated cooking oven, which works with forced hot air, microwave ...

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