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Global Flavors Add Interest to Seafood Dishes

Global cuisines and flavors continue to brighten up menus, adding bold, flavorful touches to dishes in a growing number of menu categories. Seafood is among the most recent...  more »

Philadelphia's Rising Stars Chime in on the Tension Between Innovation and Tradition

Cheesesteak. Hoagies. Scrapple. Philadelphia may be well-known for comfort food classics like these, but is there also room in the city for bold culinary invention? Symrise hosted...  more »

Southern Revival Cuisine: Just Like Mom Used to Make

A Southern Revival Interview with Chef Duane Nutter There are few dishes as iconic as rice and beans, Cajun seasoning, shrimp, and barbeque that are undeniably and, at their...  more »

The Quintessential American Cuisine

Purists might argue that many Italian restaurateurs in the U.S. have sacrificed authenticity on the altar of popularity. [more...]While the National Restaurant Association reports...  more »

6 Flavor Trends of 2019 in the Marketplace

Our Annual Flavor Trends Report is the result of interviews with today’s leading culinary chefs, pastry chefs and mixologists, consumer insights and research and menu tracking....  more »

10 of the 'Most Instagrammable' Cafes in the World

Recently, the travel site Big 7 published a ranking of the "most Instagrammable" cafes around the world. The top 10 contenders range from Blue Whale Cafe in Bangkok, Thailand, to...  more »

From Pizza to Tortillas, a Midwestern Chef Defies Assumptions

Last summer, Ann Kim announced that she would open a restaurant inspired by a trip to Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico, where she had tasted handmade heirloom blue-corn tortillas that...  more »

There's a Better Way to Brunch. It Involves Sizzling Sisig and Pandan Waffles.

The idea of brunch has been around since at least 1895, when Hunters Weekly published a story titled Brunch: A Plea. The idea of hating brunch has probably been around since 1896....  more »

Chef Ian Boden: Southern Cuisine at a Slow Pace in the Shenandoah Valley

An interview with Chef Ian Boden For years, many people scoffed at the thought that the United States had any regional cuisine of its own besides hot dogs in New York, pizza in...  more »

Philadelphia StarChefs: Local, Seasonal and Hybrid Produce

Wedged between New York and DC, Philadelphians have a reputation for doubling down on their local pride. That pride is evident in the city’s culinary scene, which encompasses both...  more »

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