Tired of the present and uncertain about the future, Americans likely will continue their culinary navel-gazing in 2011. We will no-doubt be looking to the homespun past for culinary inspiration, but at the same time will retain a contemporary approach, using ingredients we believe are better for us, better for others or better for the planet. Burgers and friends The better-burger wave will continue to rise as restaurateurs showcase higher quality beef and other protein, artisan buns, ...
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