Food futurists say the growing taste for Mediterranean flavors is one of the top dining trends for 2014.
Cuisines rarely get any hotter than Mediterranean food is today, which is riding a wave of good health and diet news and a concurrent interest among restaurateurs and tastemakers. Most recently, the Mediterranean diet came up in an observational study suggesting that diet quality in midlife can predict better health as populations age. The study, published this month by the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, was based on survey responses from more than 10,000 women. It found that ...
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