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"Slowly but surely, the kale salad will make its way to TGI Friday's menu, then McDonald's, Kraft, and, eventually, as a Doritos flavor."
I live on a very small island and love to follow food trends. There have been bacon, eggs, pomegranates, lunch trucks, the cronut and on and on. What have you noticed or forecasted in your culinary...
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I came up with 12 for my latest blog. You know, sriracha, kale, gluten free cooking ... did I miss some?
Holy crap. .the whole damn supermarket has pumpkin in it.
I am so over it.
There are many threads about overdone food trends. Dishes you find everywhere now whose origins are either now clouded in a primordial mist or have multiple claimants as progenitor. Think miso blac...
Today at the bakery: a maple bacon French macaron. Pretty damn delicious, too.
Wondering what great foods everyone is finding at their local farmers market. I'm personally obsessed with Majestic Garlic - Healthy Creamy Garlic spread in San Diego. It's raw and vegan. I use it...
What food trends do you see in restaurants think are past there prime?
So people are making their predictions everywhere. Seriouseats has their list, chow has some of their guesses, even my local paper is taking some guesses. But I want to know what the Hounds think...
1. We’ll go from Groupon to Youpon [personalized deals direct from restaurants]
2. The food-truck herd will thin...
James Oseland, editor-in-chief of Saveur Magazine, lists the top food trends of 2012.
Back in early 90s, oxtails were dirty cheap. My mom used to buy them by a box at a super cheap price..they were practically giving them away but now, it has become a sort of luxury. The price has...
How is the world of food transforming? And on every level.
Have yam fries secured a permanent place on mainstream menus?
What are the office workers going to be scarfing on lunch breaks?
(Note: We split this thread from the SF Bay area board at: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/731914 -- The Chowhound Team )
Carrots cooked in harry?
Idiazabal's a kind of cheese, so presumabl...
Found this article by Jonathan Gold on Yahoo today. I thought it to be true and humorous in many respects. Enjoy.
Just thought this was something you'd find interesting: http://foodblogforum.com/1453-insights-and-trends
Got me thinking when stevewag23 brought up the the 'ahi tartar' and the 'caprese salad' which were so overplayed and still being played at restaurants all over this town.
I'm drawing a blank and t...
Some things going on in the American food world at the moment just boggle my mind.
Who decided putting pasta on a sandwich was a good idea?
Who the hell wants a liter of coffee all in one sit...
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