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A collection of menu planning ideas for foodservice operators.

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Riches of Mesoamerica

There is much more than Mexican to south of the border cuisine. Chicharrones, anyone? One of the cradles of civilization in the world can be found just south of the United Stat...

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More Than Sushi

Rice and seafood are Japanese staples, but there is much more to this Asian cuisine. These days, when people think Japanese food they almost always think of sushi. A whole subc...

“Royal” by birth, Turkish cuisine has matured in the hands of the people that make up this mountainous country. Turkey has one of the more richly varied cuisines in the world. ...

Parents get a chance to sample the district's vegetarian, organic line. In the nearly 156,000-student Gwinnett County Public Schools, a nutrition fair was held last month to increase parent...

In the Tulsa (Okla.) Public School District, special menus were created to enhance the students' brain function during testing weeks.

With an 8,000-year history, India has perfected vegetarian cuisine. With more and more foodservice customers looking to eat vegetarian, for various reasons and to varying degre...

Spain and Portugal share the river Tagus, miles of coastlines and melting pots filled with ancient food traditions. To lump the cuisines of Spain and Portugal into one pot woul...

Cool, rainy climate and volcano-enriched soil make the Pacific Northwest a chef’s dream. People in the Pacific North-west like to think that when it came to colonization, settl...

Grown beyond its roots, ‘deli’ can encompass the world—but don’t forget the pickle. Over the years, the name “delicatessen” may have been shortened to “deli,...

The diverse culinary traditions of four South American countries—Bolivia, Chile, Colombia and Peru—reflect a melting pot of cultural influences. Perhaps nothing speaks more for...

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