5209107871 48934a6c57 zThe holiday season is here, full blast. Thanksgiving came and went, now on to
the Christmas and the New Year holidays.
 
This is the time of year when our homes, as well as restaurants are filled with the scent of "hard work in the kitchen". Everything from moist turkeys roasting to battered fried fish and chicken; cinnamon-sweet pies to "from scratch" fluffy cakes producing aromas that would make anyone stop in their tracks. These aromas are what bring families and friends together, making the holidays whole. There's nothing better than good food and good company. 
 
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Thursday, 16 October 2014 19:02

Put a twist on tradition with holiday desserts

1There’s no question that the holidays bring out more people, and Darren Tristano, Technomic executive vice president, says that higher foot traffic for shopping means a likely increase of sales for restaurants.

“If shoppers are going in and out of stores, they’ll stop at a restaurant. For many, it’s a part of the holiday shopping tradition,” said Bonnie Riggs, restaurant analyst, NPD Group.

And while some look to traditional favorites, many consumers see the holidays as a time to celebrate with something special...