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The best things we ate at this year's National Restaurant Show

The annual exhibition of all things foodservice is traditionally a great place to find the latest in menu trends and this one did not disappoint. Here’s what Restaurant Business editors liked the most.


Dining operations navigate uncertainty, closures in the midst of Pro-Palestinian protests and counterprotests

The final weeks of this school year have been turbulent at dozens of college campuses across the country, driven by differing views of the Israel-Hamas war.

Last summer, a group of college and healthcare chefs came together at the University of Michigan for FoodService Director’s 2023 Culinary Immersion. Here are some of the recipes they developed.

This is the year to take your Super Bowl celebration menus from predictable to paparazzi-ready. When it comes to a culinary glow-up on classic faves, here are the recipes you need to go into extra innings! What’s that? Wrong sport? Who cares, when the food is this fabulous.

Sweet and salty was just the beginning. Now, we’re clocking sweet and spicy (or “swicy”) flavors, sweet and vegetal, sweet and savory, and so much more. Check out these recipes to sweeten up the long stretch of winter months still ahead.

Nothing brings people together like a hot, melty pizza, especially with trendy toppers and funky flavors. This selection will bring plenty of interest to the party.

The best antidote to the winter doldrums? Soup is it! A brothy, beefy pho, a classic crock of onion soup or a hearty curry…these winter warmers are just the thing to get simmering.

Vegan recipes are fresh all year ‘round. Here, we found a few that will start the year with a renewed fire for plant-based perfection.

The newly formed group offers a full suite of digital media, marketing services, conferences/tradeshows, as well as industry specific research/insights.

The October conference from FoodService Director and its parent company offers unique opportunities for on-site operators from all segments.

Longer dining hours, fresh vending and more await students this fall.

Earlier this year, chefs from across the Big Ten Conference came together at Rutgers University for two days of education, inspiration and recipe development. Here's what came out of the kitchen.

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