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My top food trend for 2020: really simple

My top food trend for 2020: really simple My top food trend for 2020: really simple

I’ve always followed the food trends—what’s in, what’s out? They can be as trendy and entertaining as fashion. As the new year, new food articles come out, sometimes I laugh and sometimes I grit my teeth. We’re inundated with how to be healthy and hip.

Apparently in 2020:

  • Eating blue food is in. (Blueberries have always been “in” for me.)

  • Awareness that how we eat affects global warming is up. (A necessity, not a trend.)

  • Impossible Burgers lead the food industry parade of new food. Everybody’s excited about a burger made of plants with meat-like qualities. (But—are they really made of plants?)

Here’s the trend I’m seeing: it’s simplifying. 

Wouldn’t it be great to take the stress out of going into the kitchen? Make cooking NOT this complicated thing in our lives, especially when there are so many demands on our time? 

We’re all being bombarded by a LOT of information, about the planet, the politics, your kids, your dogs… life happens fast, but we have to keep ourselves nourished. We need to find a simple way.

I look back at my first cookbook and think gosh, could I have made this recipe more complicated? With a laundry list of spices, including ⅛ teaspoon of cardamom? Like I couldn’t live without that? I say this as the author of 5 cookbooks and someone who’s helped chefs in restaurant kitchens, home cooks, community cooks… the whole spectrum.

This is my year to crack the code and come up with a formula.

I’m putting it out there, the challenge I’ve set myself that I think will help many of us. What if it could just be simpler? 

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