Chefs find out that other factors can make the difference between local and non-local
A blind taste test comparing local and non-local food and wine resulted in some surprises recently. Nation’s Restaurant News gathered a panel of chefs at Elements restaurant in Princeton, N.J., and compared two prune plums — one from a supermarket and one locally grown — an organic chicken from Colorado and another organic one raised on a central new Jersey farm, the hearts from those two birds, and lamb grown on an organic farm in central New Jersey served beside a ...
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