Category Archives: For the Epicurious

Simple Ways To Modify Your Popular Recipes To Be Healthier

We’re always on an unending search for ways to improve the nutrition, lower calories and appeal to the healthier food movement without sacrificing the savory flavor and aroma of our favorite foods. Whether it is about eliminating ingredients or substituting … Continue reading

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Fast-rising Healthy Fast Food Chains Evidence a Changing Customer

The long and successful legacy currently enjoyed by the mega fast-food and drive-thru brands is expected to end soon. For decades, national chains such as Wendy’s, McDonald’s, KFC, Taco Bell and Chick-Filet have been dominating the mainstream diet owing to … Continue reading

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5 Trendy Low Proof Cocktail Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day

It’s St. Patrick’s Day and we should expect lots of shamrock-inspired products. It’s also a period to munch on traditional Irish food. But, for once, let’s just be honest with what the holiday actually brings – lots of drinking of … Continue reading

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ROC Flavors Introduces Vegetarian Indian Food

Michele Kayal’s From an actress to an author of Indian Cookbooks: the lives of Madhur Jaffrey in ROC flavors introduces vegetarian Indian food. I am not vegetarian but I absolutely love vegetables and ethnic food. The flavors of India bring … Continue reading

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Great Harvest Bread Co.

Great Harvest Bread Co. uses the slogan “Bread. The way it ought to be.” Panera uses the slogan “Food As It Should Be.” Great Harvest alleges that Panera uses its similar slogan on products that directly compete with the bakery’s … Continue reading

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Are Proprietary Food and Beverage Item Names Protectable? We still don’t know.

In Tomaydo-Tomahhdo LLC et al. v. Vozary et al., an Ohio restaurateur appealed to the Sixth Circuit arguing that her recipes deserve copyright protection. She argued unsuccessfully that her former business partner had copied her creative compilation of dishes, not … Continue reading

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Finger Lakes Innovation Hot Spot

 

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Entrée Salads are the 2013 Restaurant Trend

The National Restaurant Association did its annual survey of its members on “What’s Hot in 2013.” 32% percent say that entree salads are trending in 2013 with the hottest trends involving locally sourced ingredients. However, restaurant chefs are not limited … Continue reading

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The Flavors of Rochester

The Democrat & Chronicle has a wonderful website called Flavors of Rochester (www.flavorsofrochester.com). The website provides valuable, useful and interesting information about Rochester-area participants in the food and beverage industry that make up – you guessed it – the “flavors … Continue reading

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A tequila “brand”?

When it comes to tequila, there are the purists and there is everyone else. (This could be said of any liquor, I suppose.) The purists of this Mexican liquor would argue that true tequila must be made by a certified … Continue reading

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