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As food trends go, you were so last year. Next up? Forbidden rice, Peruvian cuisine, and ethnic-inspired breakfast choices—with some emu eggs on the side.
Each year, the National Restaurant Association surveys more than 1,800 professional chefs on what diners can expect when they go out to eat. In addition to menu items, the forecast touches on restaurant technologies and consumer attitudes. These, they say, are the hot trends you'll see on restaurant menus in 2013:
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