CHARLOTTE N.C. —Southern food is jumping geographical boundaries as it grows in popularity, and a panel discussion here during the 2008 Culinary R&D conference focused on the region’s cuisine and its influence on food trends nationwide. Southern fare is one of the most popular regional cuisines in the United States, said Bret Thorn, Nation’s Restaurant News’ food editor and moderator for the panel. —Southern food is jumping geographical boundaries as it grows in ...
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