Blending with caution

Weisberg, Karen
August 2001
FoodService Director;8/15/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p98
Trade Publication
Offers advice on how to blend multi-cultural dishes with comfort foods. Hesitation of seniors to try fusion foods; Suggestions for blending American and Japanese ingredients; How infusion cooking works.


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