Ten food and hospitality trends for 2022
From potato milk to retro desserts, staff shortages to environmentally conscious dining, Jordan Mooney looks at what we can expect in food and hospitality this year
A bigger focus on breakfast and brunch
Working from home throughout the pandemic made me truly value breakfast, and a quick look on social media showed I was not alone. People took breakfast from a meal to something experimental and experiential, with pesto eggs, breakfast wraps and more all having a moment online last year.
Now that dining late is a non runner expect to see better, more exciting options on brunch menus....
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Chef’s Table: A sweet start to the new year
These delicious desserts come from Brian and Tara Beattie, the couple behind catering company The Caterers, who are known for their passion for seasonal, local ingredients and dedication to restaurant-quality food. For more information, go to thecaterers.ie