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Burgers Beyond Beef

Burgers Beyond Beef

Aug 12, 2019

The humble burger has become a platform for exciting culinary innovation as demand for alternatives to the classic beef patty continues to grow. More consumers are choosing to reduce or eliminate red meat from their diets, adding plant-based burgers, seafood or poultry patties to their repertoire. Alternative protein burgers are ideal for showcasing on-trend global sauces, toppings and condiments, too.

Next Gen Latin

Next Gen Latin

Jul 12, 2019

Consumer demand for Latin cuisine shows no signs of stopping, whether it’s authentic regional fare or fusion-inspired dishes. Many consumers haven’t yet tried Latin cuisines beyond Mexican, but they’d be interested to do so. Authentic cooking sauces and condiments help to introduce your patrons to new ingredients.

Seoul Food

Seoul Food

Jun 17, 2019

Sweet, spicy, savory, tangy and fermented flavors come together in the mouthwatering specialties of Korean cuisine. As American palates become more accustomed to Korean flavors, we’re seeing a mix of fusion-inspired tacos, burgers and fried chicken dishes alongside more traditional bibimbap, japchae and kalbi.

Serving Up Citrus

Serving Up Citrus

May 14, 2019

Colorful, enticing citrus fruits like clementines, Key limes and tangelos add unmistakable flavor to hot and cold dishes alike, whether they’re juiced, candied, preserved or served fresh. Fragrant, tangy, zesty and tart—the list of mouthwatering menu descriptors goes on and on! While most patrons are familiar with common varieties of oranges, lemons and limes, a world of unique citrus exists beyond the staples.

Cowboy Cuisine

Cowboy Cuisine

Apr 9, 2019

Smoked, slow-cooked and simple are the name of the game when it comes to cowboy-inspired cuisine. Since the 1700s, this style of cooking has relied on a short list of versatile ingredients that can be transformed into biscuits, stews, fried steaks and more. Today, Dutch ovens and cast-iron skillets replicate the techniques used on the frontier, while the bold flavors of chicory, molasses and sorghum can be incorporated into marinades, batters and basting sauces.

Funky and Fermented

Funky and Fermented

Mar 12, 2019

Fermentation may be one of the oldest food preservation techniques known to man, but its application on today's menus hits on all the latest flavor trends. Contrast is the name of the game, and fermented ingredients deliver the sour, umami, tangy and funky notes that make menu items more memorable and balanced. Adventurous patrons are ready for kimchi, preserved fruits, infused vinegars and other fermented ingredients that tell a unique flavor story.


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