Tibetan goji berry as the new pomegranate

The Orlando Sentinel's food editor, Heather McPherson, predicts that ancient grains such as amaranth and quinoa will be big on the culinary scene in 2008, along with a greater interest in organic fare and local foods. She also writes that text reservations will take off year, along with and a renewed interest in learning to cook at home based on food-safety concerns.

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