Northeastern products, traditions inspire innovation from chefs throughout the region

Thorn, Bret
January 2005
Nation's Restaurant News;1/10/2005, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p31
Trade Publication
The article discusses the northeast America's dishes which inspire the chefs to spread them to the entire region. The American Northeast is home to longstanding ethnic enclaves, a wide variety of cultural interplay and intercity rivalries over everything from sports to the provenance of the best sandwich, pretzel or slice of pizza. That makes for great culinary fodder for the chefs of the region who, are creating their own takes on the traditional food of the Northeast. Fruit items include a variety of Northeast-focused items, such as the apple quartel- Jonagold sorbet napoleon, Royal Gala turnover, spiced Granny Smith cider and pippin tart- which evokes the wide array of varietal apples available in the Northeast.


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