For some diners, “comfort food” can be homestyle meatloaf or chicken pot pie, while others may get especially warm feelings from an upscaled pot roast or fried okra Caesar salad. Club and resort chefs around the country are expanding how they define, and serve, the dishes that can make a deep-down connection with members and guests.
The golf shoe is the brand’s first in more than a decade, and combines a recently released Jordan running shoe with Nike Golf Technology. It will be available in black and gray via Jordan.com.
Following input from consumer focus groups who applauded the decision, the ice cream giant will be the latest company to join the trend to source only from cows not treated with rBST.
Few foods are as beloved by Americans as the burger—and with ground meat, black beans or even shrimp, chefs keep finding creative new ways to hold burgers’ prominent and popular positions on club and resort menus.
Chefs wanting to stay with the times—at least for one more year—should be mindful of how food looks (because of the Instagram photo-posting craze), tastes (smoked is expected to be the new year’s key flavor) and of all the places where it can now be found (including food trucks).