Over the past couple of years, whenever I’ve gotten a press release about a new restaurant, I could pretty much guarantee that, if it wasn’t a burger joint, it was a cute little place where the chef was focusing on local, seasonal food. There’s nothing wrong with that. Local, seasonal ingredients are popular among many guests, who seem to like the idea of supporting area producers and who are learning that ingredients at the height of their growing season often taste ...
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