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 childrenâ€™s menus.At the same time, as young peopleâ€™s palates gradually become more sophisticated, many adults seem to be indulging themselves with some childhood favorites. Tampa, Fla.-based Royâ€™s Restaurants is catering to more gastronomically adventurous kids with a new menu that includes ...
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