From pumpkin to kale and farro, here are five culinary trends that are appearing on menus at chain and independent restaurants
Consumers’ appetites tend to grow as the weather cools down, and restaurants are responding with hearty dishes that speak to the season. Perennial autumn favorites, such as apples and pumpkins, are returning to menus, but some unusual ingredients like faro and kale are popping up, too. Here are five menu trends that are warming up this fall. Apples Apples are getting a wide range of treatments, from the Sweet Home Apple Bourbon Crêpes served at the four-unit Wild Eggs in ...
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