Find out what's hot in dining trends for 2017 in this Trend Spotlight.
Fine dining is where trends often start. Sooner or later, what started in a foodservice kitchen comes to a home kitchen -- and eventually the supermarket, convenience store and drive-thru. That's why I love to see what's trending in restaurants.
Baum + Whiteman, restaurant and hotel consultants based in Brooklyn, just released a 2017 trend report that predicts food and beverage trends in restaurant and hotel dining.
Here's a look at some of the trends, along with a few creations from Healthy Aperture bloggers -- who are obviously on top of these 2017 trends.
Photo credits above: Carpaccio of Watermelon Radishes with Arugula and Citrus Avocado Dressing by Gourmande in the Kitchen, Cottage Cheese Breakfast Bowls by Meal Makeover Moms' Kitchen, Celery Salad with Dried Cherries and Almonds by Pixels + Crumbs, and Fresh Horseradish with Beets by Panning the Globe.
Newfangled, Reinvented Cottage Cheese
condiments, relishes and burger toppings
Vegetables as New Comfort Food,
spiralized vegetables, cauliflower ricei
like vegan burgers, sausages, meatballs and ribs
Upscale Ramen Noodle Shops
Clean Label Cold Cuts
Caccio e Pepe on Non-Pasta Dishes,
such as a steak sauce, on asparagus, Brussels sprouts and spiralized vegetables
French Dip Sandwiches,
including a Mexican version called Torta Ahogodo
Photo credit: Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches by Reformation Acres
For a full copy of the report, which includes 13 food and beverage trends in restaurant and hotel dining and 23 buzzwords, visit Baum + Whiteman. Check out Fine Dining Lovers for their recap of these trends.
See what's hot for 2017 dining trends in this Trend Spotlight on @HealthyAperture by @janethelm. Tweet this