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A collection of menu planning ideas for foodservice operators.

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A Healthier World

At the Worlds of Healthy Flavors Leadership Retreat, held at the Culinary Institute of America’s Greystone campus in Napa, Calif., nutrition scientists and more than 40 chefs shared ideas f...

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A Healthier World

Greystone’s fourth Worlds of Healthy Flavors conference offered operators myriad options for making healthy menus more flavorful. Power to change the way America eats rests in the hands of food...

Coming from the southern half of this region, North African cuisine is adding to the richness of the Mediterranean diet. Years ago, when I was a young associate editor at Food Management, I...

Old favorites never die; they’re just reinvented with new ingredients. Have we seen the end of meatloaf and fried chicken? Are American diners sick of French fries? Have hambur...

More and more operators are making healthful dining a major part of their menu mix, and customers are actually buying it.. There was a time, not too long ago, when customers would come to ...

As more customers seek ‘natural’ foods, an organic restaurant chain has found a niche in several noncommercial markets. With the move toward more healthful and more natural food gaining m...

The gaucho tradition of South America is alive and well in colleges and universities here in the U.S. The gauchos of the South American pampas—the open grasslands of Argentina,...

Our polyglot nation calls for more Asian variety, and operators are finding ways to satisfy that demand. A funny thing happens to ethnic food on the way to the American marketplace: ...

Even operators who swear by scratch cooking use convenience as a savvy survival strategy. The foodservice speed zone extends from the back of the house to the front of the house, thanks to pressure f...

Dedicated stations are proving that there’s more to Italian food than pizza and spaghetti with meatballs. “Italian food works very well with an exhibition cooking station, and ...

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