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Charlie Trotter Announces Closure

The restaurant world is reeling from the shocking news that Charlie Trotter is to close his Chicago restaurant after 25 years...

The oldest bar snack "made over"!

Typically a greasy, salty snack sold in pubs and called pork scratching, Mr Trotters Pork Crackling take scratchings to a whole new level...

trend setting cuisines and chefs for 2012

thefoodpeople have released their trend setting cuisine and influencing cuisines for 2012. Each year we take a look at 20 global cuisines and rank them according to their trend setting influence, in addition we take a look at the chefs that will be influencing the gastronomic stage...

thefoodpeople share their favourite Christmas products

Pounding the pavements in the bitter cold, looking for those unique and innovative products are all part of the course at this time of the year for thefoodpeople.

In 2011 the themes range from stark white to flamboyant feathers and pastel tones to natural and paired back, so something for everyone.

We’ve seen some truly innovative and interesting products all helping consumer to either make Christmas easy, create a wow or surprise or just to share festive cheer. We couldn’t possible list them all but a few of our favourites that include a Turkey Brining kit, Glittering Marmalade and a Gingerbread House kit...

thefoodpeople release 2012 food trend predictions

thefoodpeople have just released the 2012 food trends predictions to subscribers. For 2012 they've been broken down into food service and retail trends as well as trend setting cuisnes. Some of the trends that we expect to evolve in 2012 include a renewed focus on value for money, fun rather than fine dining, even more informality, twisted classics, pound stretch pride, producer focus, chefs on the move, well being awareness and British pride...