WASHINGTON — Locally sourced foods and kids’ menus will be two of the biggest trends in U.S. restaurants in 2012, according to the National Restaurant Association’s annual “What’s Hot in 2012” survey of nearly 1,800 professional chefs. In fact, kids and local sourcing came up several times in the list’s top 10, according to a report summary. In descending order, the top trends were: locally sourced meats and seafood, locally grown produce, ...

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