Nature of food unlike other creations
The following is NRN senior food editor Bret Thorn’s response to Kruse Company president Nancy Kruse’s take on culinary copycats. Nancy, in the past I’ve shrugged off the notion of dish theft as the whining complaints of the unconfident. But you raise some interesting points. Whether you consider cooking to be an art or a craft, those forms of expression, from paintings to shirt designs, are generally protected from copying. Why not food? I think part of the reason ...
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