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Culinary Review. What’s Hot What’s Not How Did We Get Here?. Maureen “Mo” Poorman. Teaching Degree - SFASU 13 years with Brinker International 7 years with Johnny Carino’s Papouli’s Greek Grill- Fast Casual, fusion Fish City Grill – focus on special board Taco Cabana YO Resort Hotel.

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culinary review

Culinary Review

What’s Hot

What’s Not

How Did We Get Here?

maureen mo poorman
Maureen “Mo” Poorman
  • Teaching Degree - SFASU
  • 13 years with Brinker International
  • 7 years with Johnny Carino’s
  • Papouli’s Greek Grill- Fast Casual, fusion
  • Fish City Grill – focus on special board
  • Taco Cabana
  • YO Resort Hotel
where we came from
Where We Came From
  • 1940’s
  • Recovering from Depression
  • WWII was starting
  • Rationing of foods
  • Convenience Foods
  • Victory Gardens
  • Recycling
crazy cake
Crazy Cake

1 ½ c flour 1 T vinegar

1 c sugar 6 T veg. oil

3 T cocoa 1 t vanilla

1 t salt 1 c cold water

1 t soda

Mix dry column. Make 3 wells and add 1st three wet & water. 25 min. @ 350°

culinary opportunities
Culinary Opportunities
  • CIA opens in Connecticut
  • Cordon Bleu opens in New York
  • 1st microwave was invented
  • National School Lunch Act 1945
cocktail parties
Cocktail Parties
  • Shrimp or Lobster Aspic
  • Liquor, vegetable & juice cocktails (clam)
  • Canapes, Caviar sandwiches, rolled sandwiches w/ canned meats
  • Rye bread – toast points or sandwiches
  • Raw, chopped meat
  • Spreads: giblet & egg, liverwurst, ham & olive, sardine & egg, crabmeat
1940 s popular brands
1940’s Popular Brands
  • M & M’s, Tootsie Rolls, Junior Mints, Smarties, Cheerio’s, Spam, Pace picante
  • Mixes: pie crust, cakes, icing, hot rolls
  • Reddi Whip – 1st major food in aerosol cans
  • Tupperware patent secured
a new era
A New Era
  • 1950’s – Baby Boom
  • GI’s returned, married & settled in suburbs
  • BBQ’s showed off back yard
  • No more rationing – “rich” foods
  • Convenience Foods
  • “Comfort” foods
  • Butter, trans fat, lard
1950 s popular foods
1950’s Popular Foods
  • Belly filling pre-packaged meals
  • Tuna Noodle casserole
  • Frosted Meatloaf
  • Frozen & creamed vegetables
  • Canned soups = Mega casseroles!
  • 3 bean salad
  • “TV Mix” – had to make your own
  • Consommés
  • Soufflés
ethnic foods
Ethnic Foods
  • Chow Mein & Egg Foo Yung
  • Enchiladas
  • Pizza
  • BBQ Meats
  • Polynesian Buffets
more baby boomers
More Baby Boomers
  • 1960’s – even MORE convenience
  • Clash of traditional & radical change
  • Complicated “showy” foods
  • Julia Childs & Jacqueline Kennedy
  • Vegetarians more prevalent
  • Howard Johnson’s from Maine to Florida
  • Fast Foods
  • Weight Watchers Inc. 1963
1960 s foods
1960’s Foods
  • Soufflés – beyond chocolate
  • Fondue
  • Salad Bars
  • Steak Diane
  • Beef Wellington
  • Space Foods
wendy s opens 1969
Wendy’s Opens 1969
  • Fresh, not frozen
  • Hot off the grill
where are we now
Where are we NOW…
  • Food Network Launch 1993
  • Competitions
  • More Culinary Schools/Institutes
  • Fusion Cooking
  • More & more food publications
  • More emphasis on food safety/guidelines
  • Hybrids
food safety changes
Food Safety Changes
  • 1977 McD’s commercial shows cracked egg in cartons. NOW – Easy Eggs
  • KFC commercial shows employee breading chicken with manager. NOW – Gloves
  • Danger Zone implemented through the National Restaurant Assoc. Educational Foundation
more value
More Value!!!
  • Portion sizes have steadily increased
  • China, silverware, glassware all significantly increased
  • Response to value for the money
  • Food Industry lobbyists
  • Obesity problem creates children with shorter life spans than their parents
2010 hot trends
2010 HOT Trends
  • Locally grown produce
  • Locally sourced meats & seafood
  • Sustainability
  • Bite sized / Mini desserts
  • Locally produced beer & wine
  • Offer smaller portion for smaller price
  • Farm/estate branded ingredients
  • Food allergy conscious (gluten)
  • Sustainable seafood
2010 hot trends40
2010 HOT Trends
  • Super fruits: acai, gogi berry, mangosteen
  • Organic produce
  • Culinary Cocktails – savory, fresh ingredients
  • Micro-distilled/artisan liquor
  • Nutrition/health
  • Simplicity – back to basics
  • Regional ethnic cuisine
  • Non traditional fish: Artic char, barramundi
  • Newly fabricated cuts of meat: Denver steak
  • Fruit/vegetable children’s side items
comes back around
Comes Back Around
  • Recession / Comfort foods
  • Meatballs
  • Party of the Year: Vegetarian Cuisine
  • Desserts: Bread pudding, coconut cake,

Brown Betty

  • Macaroni & Cheese

NYC

possible careers in culinary
Possible Careers in Culinary
  • Chef – restaurants / hotels – F&B Director
  • Corporate Chef – Research & Development
  • Purchasing Director
  • Hospitals / Cafeterias
  • Sales – national brands, direct
  • Upper Management – Director & above
  • Restaurant Openings
  • Technical Writer
  • Food Stylist
resources
Resources
  • Nation’s Restaurant News
  • ACF
  • Restaurant.org (National Restaurant Association)
  • Foodtimeline.org
  • The Food Chronology
  • [email protected]
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