The Ins and Outs of Food Trends

Are you loving Whoopie pies? Oh, that’s so last year.  Are you into smoking with tea? Now it’s all about cooking with coffee.  You like Spanish food?  Scandinavia is the next big thing.  Or at least according to the trend trackers from the Washingtonian and Food Product Design.  Here’s a recap of some of their In and Out food lists.

4718439840_10b7e80e99_bchicken pocket pies by La Pomme de Portland on flickr

IN
Savory pies
OUT
Whoopie pies

6993225155_bddb44a39d_oKung Pao tacos by chow vegan on flickr

IN
Kung Pao anything
OUT
Upscale spring rolls


IN
Cooking with coffee
OUT
Smoking with tea

4037881843_eb15827bdd_bimage courtesy of interchangeable parts on flickr

IN
Boozy floats
OUT
Boozy milkshakes

IN
Craft sodas
OUT
Mocktails and Milkshakes

IN
Peanuts
OUT
Pistachios

IN
Scandinavia
OUT
Spain

4985579645_3e6b9be9ed_bblack garlic and beet bruschetta by Charlie Lee-Potter on flickr

IN
Black garlic
OUT
Pickled ramps

4999119766_97fd482b76_btempura by Friday&Sushi on flickr

IN
Tempura
OUT
Duck-fat frying

5760014005_b60c7c726a_zSawtooth herb or thorny coriander by just love sewing on flickr

IN
Sawtooth herb
OUT
Micro-cilantro

IN
Fried rice
OUT
Tater tots

IN
Stroganoff
OUT
Carbonara

6552905677_716f495e2b_boyster en gelee by Sifu Renka on flickr

IN
“Sea” gelee
OUT
Maldon salt

IN
Artisanal comfort
OUT
Homestyle comfort

IN
Locally raised on the roof of the restaurant
OUT
Overnighted from Japan

IN
Noses and tails
OUT
Filet mignon

IN
Oven roasted
OUT
Foam, air and xantham gum

3305287445_0ce09ba6e0_bimage by mental masala on flickr

IN
Ancient grains
OUT
Rice and potatoes

IN
Cinnamon, pepper, cayenne & turmeric
OUT
Gingseng & ginkgo biloba

IN
Ancient techniques (fermentation, smoking, pickling, curing)
OUT
Molecular gastronomy

Deborah Madison predicts these exotic edibles what will soon be making their way onto our plates:

Black Garlic

4982018208_4707262f1c_bblack garlic by avlxyz on flickr

Golden and Chioggia Beets

7726344572_9eda3de75f_bchioggia beets by Lies Smits on flickr

Baby Green Cauliflower


Rabutans

71908556_dde8433c8c_zimage by kitchen mama on flickr

Parsley Root

5179243813_b2671c5d6e_bimage by crphotoboy on flickr

Justin Marx identified three up-and-coming ingredients:

Broccoli Romanesco

6269791018_7fb3e78f3c_bimage by Mr. Phelps on flickr

Edible Flowers

Huckleberries

6214793591_05df34ff36_bhuckleberry sorbet by LondonAnnie on flickr


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  • Anna

    Wow! Those foods above are really mouth watering.

  • You had made me fan of your blog and addicted as well.

  • Wow, really awesome dishes. I haven’t seen this much variety of dishes on any blog. I love your style and dressing of food. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

  • wow!! those dishes on your blog are divine , very well presented and i’m so sure they’ll be even more delicious.

  • Interesting. Great tips and photos. Thanks for sharing!

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