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Appetizer trends to incorporate into your concept
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With the emergence of new and exciting serving techniques and innovative ingredients, classic starters have lost popularity over the last few years. Looking forward, we’ll start seeing a throwback to tradition, incorporating dishes true to basic preparation, nutritious ingredients, and solid presentation.
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