Offering nostalgic food with a twist — which tugs on customers’ heartstrings while giving them something new — has been a successful strategy of many restaurateurs in recent years. The holidays, full of culinary traditions, are ripe for this kind of play, especially when it comes to desserts. RELATED • Broadmoor pastry chef manages eight menus • Pumpkin desserts in full swing on menus • Dessert Trends at NRN.com Yule logs — cakes ...
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