Three major factors — high commodity costs, consumers’ growing sense of culinary adventure and the ingenuity of chefs and restaurateurs — will drive food trends in 2013. My predictions for the coming year range from the shoo-ins, like chicken breast, to the fanciful, such as bush tucka. Chicken breast. 2013 will undoubtedly be the year of the chicken breast. That might not sound sexy, but due partly to the drought that damaged the nation’s corn crop, a primary ...
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