Trend spotters are looking at the growing popularity of whole grains and lighter options in the coming year, but that doesn’t mean crispy fried foods will be left behind. More likely than the year of quinoa or kale, 2013 could be the year of the fritter. A fritter can be virtually anything — but it’s often something savory — that’s breaded or coated in batter and fried. Though common in the South, fritters are spreading and finding good reception throughout ...

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