Specialty grilled cheese is one of the hottest comfort food trends in non-commercial foodservice, with chefs coming up with their own interpretations.
01-06-2014 Menu Development
Looking to expand your beverage portfolio? Consider specialty teas—a “no-brainer, as it’s an easy and inexpensive way to provide something local,” says Justin...
12-30-2013 Menu Development
“Pacific Northwest cuisine is not as easily defined as other regions in the country,” says Scott Clagett, executive chef at Lewis & Clark College, in Portland, Ore. Gitta...
12-23-2013 Menu Development
Three Takes On offers several different versions of the same classic dish. This month: Chili.
12-08-2013 Menu Development
Birria, a spicy Mexican goat stew, is on the menu at the University of California at Santa Cruz. Introducing students to a meat popular around the world, Dwight Collins, executive chef of UC Santa...
12-06-2013 Menu Development
You know what they say: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But American breakfasts, while tasty, are often high in carbohydrates and fat.
11-25-2013 Menu Development
Individual desserts have been gaining in popularity, beloved for portion control, personalization and presentation.
11-21-2013 Menu Development
Although box lunches and meeting fare account for most of UNC Health Care’s annual catering business, the Chapel Hill, N.C. based healthcare system also caters some memorable upscale events...
11-11-2013 Menu Development
Three Takes On offers several different versions of the same classic dish. This month: Meatloaf.
11-04-2013 Menu Development
Three Takes On offers several different versions of the same classic dish. This month: Stuffing.
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