- Locally sourced meats and seafood
- Locally grown produce
- Nutritionally balanced children's dishes
- "Hyper local," such as restaurants with their own gardens and chefs who do their own butchering.
- Children's nutrition
- Sustainable seafood
- Gluten-free food and being food allergy conscious
- Simplicity/back to basics
- Farm/estate-branded ingredients
- Micro-distilled/artisan liquor
- Locally produced wine and beer
- Smaller portions for smaller prices
- Organic produce
- "Culinary" cocktails, for example ones that have savory or fresh ingredients
- Newly fabricated cuts of meat such as the pork flat iron and the beef petit tender
- Fruit and vegetables as children's side items
- Ethnic-inspired breakfast items, such as Asian-flavored syrups, chorizo scrambled eggs and coconut milk pancakes
- Artisan cheeses
Here it is:
They have ton's of produce tents. I got this amazing cilantro for just 75 cents:
I hope you try out the Public Market. You get awesome produce and other local goods for great prices. Not in Phoenix? Here is a list of Farmer's Markets in Arizona: Community Food Connections.
I want to incorporate the food trends list into my recipes this year and see how it goes... thoughts? Have any of you utilized anything in the above list in your cooking and eating habits? How's it goin'? I'd love to hear your thoughts.