The main course lives on Kruse Company president Nancy Kruse says customers simply want choices. Bret, do you remember a while back when a columnist for Esquire magazine wrote a piece called "The Death of the Entrée," in which he opined that the main course had run its course? He implied that it had become like the appendix, a vestigial culinary organ that is both unwanted and unnecessary. No sooner did his piece see print than all gastronomic hell broke loose, ...
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