Kids may naturally gravitate toward old favorites like chicken strips, burgers and hot dogs, but chefs increasingly are finding a place for sushi, salmon, and even green eggs and ham on their children’s menus.At the same time, as young people’s palates gradually become more sophisticated, many adults seem to be indulging themselves with some childhood favorites. Tampa, Fla.-based Roy’s Restaurants is catering to more gastronomically adventurous kids with a new menu that includes ...

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