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December 12, 2012
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Year in Review
CIA curriculum developer dishes on the future of food
Local sourcing is important for restaurants and communities, but it's just as important to speak honestly about what can and can't be sourced locally, and to avoid diluting the "farm-to-table" message, said CIA professor Jonathan Zearfoss. Zearfoss, who took the lead on developing the curriculum for the school's new culinary science program, also talks about the role of science in the culinary arts and the impact of increased exposure to global cuisines. SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Food & Beverage (12/11)
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Which food trend will make the biggest impact on your menu in 2013?
37%   Growing demand for flexitarian/meatless dishes
28%   Ethnic/fusion cuisine
22%   Customization
14%   Consumers' increasing snack habit
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What will be the best culinary resource in 2013?
46%   Blogs, Twitter and other social media tools
23%   Cookbooks
18%   Culinary and foodservice conferences and summits
15%   Other
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In what menu category are you most likely to experiment with spicy flavors?
68%   Appetizers/small plates
27%   Main dishes
5%   Desserts
2%   Beverages
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Which topic do you expect to be most prevalent in the culinary world in 2013?
34%   Sustainability
30%   Nutrition
17%   Global flavors
12%   Convenience/budget foods
10%   Food safety
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