What’s New? Make Some Room for These Food Items in 2013

by in News, January 2nd, 2013

GochujangFood Network Kitchens have come up with their annual list of the top food trends that will define 2013. Last week, Jonathan Milder shared 2013′s Trailblazing Chefs and Blazing-Hot Flavors. Today, he’s listing the 10 items you should have stocked in your pantry and refrigerators for the upcoming year.

1. Artisanal hard cider (the boozy stuff!) is the new craft beer.
2. Sweet potatoes are the new potatoes.
3. Paleo is the new gluten-free (gluten-free is the new low-carb).
4. Roasted seaweed is the new kale chip.
5. Carrots are the new kale.
6. Chia is the new quinoa.
7. Antibiotic-free meats are the new natural.
8. The juice bar is the new salad bar.
9. Shishito peppers are the new jalapeno poppers.
10. Gochujang is the new Sriracha.

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Comments (6)

  1. FoodForays says:

    I'm anxious to see some of the creations that come out of these ingredients!

  2. handcraftedsoap says:

    Thanks for this recipe I will try later

  3. howard says:

    Try @schmacon when it hits the streets this year!

  4. Jan says:

    I would love to find a juice bar that made green drinks and juiced vegetables. I hope someone starts serving real juices instead of only sherbert laden sweet concoctions.

  5. Good tips. These foods are a big boost and surely need to be stocked. Keeping gluten free food is good for the health, as more and more are becoming prone to celiac disease. We can start naturally with quinoa, then move on to gluten free bars, sweet potatoes, salad bars etc.

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