ASPEN COLO. —The future of fine food in America lies in more casual, user-friendly formats than what is offered in traditional fine-dining restaurants, according to restaurateurs and chef participants in this year’s Food & Wine Classic event here. “Fine fast,” was the term suggested by New York-based chef and television host Tom Colicchio for the new genre, which he predicted would follow the fast-casual format and feature excellent ...

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