Hyper regional Cuisines and Haute Cuisine

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What is Hyper Local Cuisine?

In terms of food, hyperlocal means a dish that has a majority or all of its ingredients grown, raised or otherwise cultivated by the restaurant itself. This can include everything from a salad containing greens grown in a restaurant’s own garden to brewpubs that offer their customers beer brewed on-site.

This approach can be seen as a form of vertical integration, a type of business organization where a company that makes products owns its supply chain. In this format, a business produces its own raw materials and then turns them into a final product. Hyperlocal sourcing allows restaurants to follow a similar workflow.

 

Hyper Regional Cuisines

 

Hyperlocal is already a popular idea in the restaurant world, with FSR magazine ranking it as the top conceptual trend of 2017 among full-service restaurants. Beating out a variety of similar concepts, like locally sourced produce and simple, back-to-basics menus, it’s clear there’s an overall push for restaurants to create meals using local ingredients.

This year we will see chefs going deep into the roots of regional cuisines, also called hyper-regional cuisine. So instead of cuisines like Punjabi, Awadhi, South Indian, we should look out for trends like Bori food, Indore street food, Kolhapuri food and even Yucatan and Oaxaca cuisine instead of your conventional Mexican food.

Read at below links to know more about Hyper-local Cuisine:

Hyper-local Restaurants

As one of the newest trends, hyper-local sourcing is taking the food service industry by storm. Restaurants are taking the idea of buying local, sustainably sourced foods to the next level by growing produce right in their own backyards. To read more, Click Here

6 unexpected cities that are leading the Hyper-local Food Movement

In recent years, many restaurants have taken the local food idea one step further and are embracing the “hyper-local food” movement. To read more, Click Here

A Hyper local food revolution

The present industrialised, global food economy and futures market is unsustainable, but it has inspired some new ways of thinking that affect the way we produce, distribute, buy, eat and dispose of food. To read more, Click Here

 

What is Haute Cuisine?

Haute cuisine is French for food cooked by skilled chefs, or is defined as the very fancy style of cooking by those chefs. The modern guest who visits the restaurant does not only come to eat the food but also looks forward to a complete experience. With social media handles paving the way for people to post where they have been and what they have been eating, unique experiential dining leaves a huge footprint on the global food scenario.

Read about Haute Cuisine:

A brief history of Haute Cuisine

Haute cuisine tradition that exists is almost solely because of the appetites and conspicuous consumption of the British nobility, hereditary or otherwise. In other words, it came from the top down. To read more, Click Here

What is Haute Cuisine?

Haute cuisine has been a main point of focus for many French chefs over the past several centuries, with traditions being passed on and adjusted from La Varenne to Careme to Escoffier. To read more, Click Here

The 20 best bites of Haute Cuisine in Paris

Haute cuisine is not exclusively about what’s on the plate. Elaborately choreographed service, the spectacular number of dishes and the depth of a wine cellar and sumptuous surroundings. To read more, Click Here

65 classic French recipes

For many, French cuisine is virtually synonymous with gastronomy. French food boasts a rich and sweeping culinary history that includes rustic home cooking, elaborate court dining masterpieces and avant garde Parisian haute cuisine. To read more, Click Here  

Haute Cuisine: 7 simple French recipes

How about mixing two of your favorite hobbies? Watching French films and cooking French food! We’ve picked out for you seven mouth-watering cinema-inspired French recipes. To read more, Click Here

 

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