Retailers are demystifying specialty food ingredients for shoppers interested in recreating a restaurant experience at home
The aromas of restaurant favorites like Cheesecake Factory's Cajun Jambalaya Pasta and P.F. Chang's Salt and Pepper Calamari evoke memories of freer discretionary spending for some, but for students at Dorothy Lane Market's Restaurant Replica cooking class, the scents signify another addition to their recipe box. The classes, and recipe distribution programs like it, are welcome relief for generations of consumers with gourmet tastes, little spending money and even less cooking experience. ...
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