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Are Chefs Favoring Simpler Techniques Over Molecular Gastronomy?

See why chefs say that a move away from fancier techniques in the restaurant world is actually a good thing. Continue

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Is Local Farming Still Popular in 2012? More Than Ever

Find out why the local farming movement is still popular in the restaurant world. Chefs share why they are proponents of this sustainable practice. Continue

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Food Trends 2012: The Culinary World’s Latest Crazes

Explore this list of food trends emerging in 2012 and read what chefs have to say about what makes each of these trends exciting in the culinary world. Continue

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Are Restaurants More Gluten-Free Friendly in 2012?

As gluten-free diets receive more attention, some chefs are adapting their menus to accommodate the growing group. Continue

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Kitchen Careers: Peter Kaminsky, Food Writer

Learn how Peter Kaminsky, a respected food writer, avoided diabetes without giving up his love of being a “foodie.” Continue

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Kitchen Careers: Sue Conley and Peggy Smith of Cowgirl Creamery

Co-owners Sue and Peggy reveal what it is like to own their California-based artisan cheesemaking business. Continue

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March Digest: Most Popular Recipes and Posts

See which Fresh Tastes blog posts and recipes you helped make the list as your favorites from the past month! Continue

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Spice Up Your Passover Seder Menu with Sephardic Flavors

Passover is one of the most important Jewish holidays, and food plays a critical role in the celebration. Get six recipes for your Seder. Continue

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