New twists add spice to comfort-food menus

10/3/2011 | QSR Magazine

The comfort-food trend has comfortably morphed into a permanent food-scene fixture, writes chef and consultant Marc Halperin. Restaurants keep the concept fresh by tweaking recipes and adding new ingredients such as the havarti, sharp cheddar and Monterey Jack sandwich at The American Grilled Cheese Kitchen in San Francisco.

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