Whether you are a chef at a 3 Michelin star restaurant, or a line cook in a popular place in a suburban town, you probably know a decent amount about popular cuisine at large. Any family of four with a mini-van and allegiance to some regional football team or another knows the layout of the restaurants in their neighborhood. People often opt for “Chinese”, “Italian”, or “Mexican” food all the time and the major fast casual brands seem to be dominated by adopted recipes from these parts of the world. Usually foods from other cuisines are found in niche and independent restaurants who thrive on giving people more variety. While we love our traditional ties to the popular cuisines, thankfully the food world is rotating and allowing other countries and cultures to rise into importance. If you are in the food industry and would like to know about an up and coming leader in the arena, read this article to see why you may want to book a ticket to Scotland!
Read the full article here: Scotland Becoming a “Global Leader” in Food and Drink