Here is the source for those seeking restaurant, catering and related news. Get information on openings and expansions, including bakeries, cafes and other specialty storefronts. Read profiles on everything from decades-old family delis to overnight coffee-shop successes. Also, track menu trends and get inspiration from a wealth of prepared-foods recipes.
Augmented reality, interactive interfaces, and customer facial identification are among the futuristic, high-tech features Recruit Advanced Technology Lab showcased at a Tokyo restaurant, indicating what the future of foodservice may soon look like.
North Carolina is leading the food hub movement of the past five years, according to Doug O'Brien, the U.S. Department of Agriculture deputy undersecretary of rural development.
Crumbs Bake Shop is entering BJ's Wholesale Clubs with its latest product, the Crumbnut.
Beef prices are the highest in almost three decades.
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This past year has seen a record number of restaurant openings in San Francisco. Along with offerings from a high-profile celebrity chef, an acclaimed wine expert and two husband-and-wife teams, the city’s ever-colorful culinary scene continues to deliver. With such offerings as dim sum–style small ...
Ethnic dishes from the Mediterranean, Southeast Asia, and Korea are among new taste experiences driving menu and product trends.
Kimchi and Korean barbecue are the ambassadors of this nation’s bold cuisine, which holds plenty more for adventurous Americans to discover.
Prepared Food Recipes
Prepared foods customers intrigued by dishes they read about, taste in fashionable restaurants, or discover on cooking shows often look for them in your cases.
Whether as a star player or supporting second fiddle, cauliflower has more to offer than a crudité for dips or baked in a cheesy sauce. Michelin-starred chef Vikas Khanna oven-roasts garam masala–seasoned, thickly sliced center cuts of the vegetable into what he calls “Tree of ...