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Maggiano's Brings Lighter Menu to Illinois Unit Maggiano's Brings Lighter Menu to Illinois Unit

Maggiano's Little Italy is bringing the authentic, Italian-American menu, generous family style portions, and distinct ambiance the brand is known for to Vernon Hills, Illinois, as well as a new lighter take on classic dishes. 

AllergyEats Announces 2014 Conference

The 2014 AllergyEats Food Allergy Conference for Restaurateurs & Food Service Professionals: How to Maximize Safety and Increase Customer Engagement, Loyalty, and Revenue is an event for restaurant chefs, owners, managers, college and university dining directors, and other foodserv

Cooking Schools Directory Highlights Healthy Substitutions

CookingSchools.com, an online directory of culinary colleges, details how people can maintain a healthy lifestyle by periodically substituting certain foods for healthier options.

Chef Implements Kosher Kitchen at Hotel in Texas

A new chef and a new kitchen are bringing new meaning to fine dining in Richardson, Texas, as the Renaissance Dallas Richardson introduces Burak Ozcan as its new executive chef, and announces the hotel's move to add Kosher catering to its expansive list of e

Food News Media to Highlight Chains Making Healthy Efforts Food News Media to Highlight Chains Making Healthy Efforts

Can chain restaurant food be healthy? 

IHOP Inks Development Deal in Guam IHOP Inks Development Deal in Guam

DineEquity, Inc., parent company of Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar and IHOP Restaurants, announced that International House of Pancakes LLC has signed an agreement with Pacific Pancakes, LLC to open three IHOP restaurants on in Guam by 2018.

Savory Teas Offer Alternative to Soup Savory Teas Offer Alternative to Soup

While using tea in food preparation is not a new concept—the Chinese have long incorporated it in dishes such as tea-smoked duck—Numi Organic Tea hopes to elevate the practice with its line of savory teas, introduced in 2013.

Red Robin Builds a Better Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Red Robin Builds a Better Allergy-Friendly Restaurant

Researchers estimate more than 15 million Americans suffer from food allergies, according to Food Allergy Research and Education. Close to 50 million are reported to be lactose intolerant, and around 1.8 million have celiac disease.

Gluten-Free is Healthy but Tastes Bad, Consumers Say

While only 11 percent of U.S.

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