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Sauerkraut is seeing growth on restaurant menus with a variety of modern interpretations made using a variety of vegetables.
05-10-2014 Menu Development
Food safety is a grave concern for cantaloupe farmers. In 2011, 33 people died from consuming cantaloupe carrying listeria, a deadly pathogen.
Be it sweet watermelon, classic cantaloupe or humble honeydew, non-commercial operators know seasonality rules when menuing melons.
04-10-2014 Menu Development
Be it crabs, mussels, clams, scallops or—the big daddy of all shellfish—lobster, operators have come up with endless ways to incorporate these invertebrates into their menus.
The terms “shrimp” and “prawn” are often used interchangeably, although various organizations emphasize the slight distinctions between the two.
03-10-2014 Menu Development
You know you’ve hit the big time when there’s a commercial about you during the Super Bowl. Such is the case with kale.
Producing leafy greens has become more expensive this year, due to heavy rains driving down yield, says second-generation farmer, Larry Corn.
02-10-2014 Menu Development
Customers like foods hot, and operators are turning to chiles for new ways to deliver the heat.
Chiles are a “hot” trend for 2014, according to McCormick & Co.’s Flavor Forecast 2014, as food lovers everywhere have a “growing obsession,” with both “sizzling heat” and the “surprisingly full-...
01-10-2014 Menu Development
Government food policy and the popularity of healthful foods are helping America’s rice growers.
Matthew Gabbert is captain of West High School’s cheerleading team and says all team members wear bows.
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The price tag of a meal plan at one university has increased more than 60 percent in the last decade.
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Face-to-face interactions mean customer-service skills for staff are more important than ever. Here are the best training methods for diner satisfaction.
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