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New Food Trends 2015

At the end of every year, platoons of food professionals — consultants, chefs, writers and research firms — race to predict the trends that will influence foodies all over America and ergo the world. 722 more words


2015 Culinary Forecast [infographic]: Top 10 menu predictions for the new year

As part of the National Restaurant Association’s annual “What’s Hot Culinary Forecast”, 1,300 chefs have revealed their top ten menu predictions for the new year. 186 more words


I've Got a Tip for You

Next time you order a BLT at your favorite restaurant, will you leave your server a tip?

Tipping is an issue fraught with questions. Who do I tip? 844 more words

Wall Street Journal

New FDA Menu-Labeling Regulations

Ever since the Affordable Care Act was passed, menu-labeling rules have been under development. The Food and Drug Administration is now ready to go forth with some new menu-labeling rules that have an as underlying intention to send reminders to the consumers that certain foods are unhealthy: as of November 2015 all restaurants with at least 20 locations will be required to post calorie counts, with other information such as fat and carbs available upon request. 117 more words

Global Market Buzz

New FDA Rules Will Put Calorie Labels On Nearly Everything

DENVER (CBS4) – Like it or not, calorie counts are coming to restaurant menus, convenience store sandwiches and more as the Food and Drug Administration announced new calorie labeling rules on Tuesday. 228 more words


Beer Editor, FSR Magazine

After building a popular beer and whiskey blog with my brother, FSR Magazine reached out and asked if I’d like to be the Beer Editor for their bi-monthly high-end restaurant trade publication.  154 more words

Beer Writing

Customer service still priority despite rising technology usage

The National Restaurant Association has released new research that shows overall technology use in restaurants is increasing. More than one-third of consumers say they are more likely to use technology-related options in restaurants now, compared to two years ago. 469 more words