The Truffle Hunter, served at The Nines Hotel in Portland, Ore.
Candy — it’s not just for kids anymore. In the past year, fine-dining chefs have been giving the classic American treats makeovers, handcrafting candy desserts that are at once familiar and craveable, but decidedly grown up. “Candy is still a very familiar product to most Americans, not just kids,” said Darren Tristano, executive vice president of Technomic, Inc. “It’s another way for more upscale restaurants to showcase what they can ...
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