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For years when editors asked me to predict upcoming food trends, I'd refuse. I have no idea what the next food trend will be, I'd say, because my dream is that one day we'll all stop thinking of food in terms of trends. Fat chance. Still a young society in terms of taking food seriously, we're bent on trying everything on for size and the dizzying choices of global cuisine give us food ADD.

We don't really know what we stand for gastronomically — or rather we stand for almost anything, because we have no millennium-old traditions or culinary Holy Writ to pin us down. We're open to the world, today as never before, and if some new ingredient, technique, or cuisine comes to our attention, we see no good reason not to try it out. Sometimes it ignites our imaginations (and our palates) and takes root in city after city, like the food truck phenomenon, but sometimes it fizzles like the dining in the dark experiences from a few years back — it turns out people like to see what they eat, hence food porn.

We at The Daily Meal — like most of you, I'd bet — are always planning our next bite, whether dining out or shopping and cooking at home. With such single-mindedness, we can't help but get some notion of what's bubbling and likely to splash over into the gastronomic headlines. Here are our best guesses for what we'll be eating or doing or talking about (or all of the above) in the 12 months to come. — Colman Andrews, Editorial Director


[U]nrestrained vegetable eating has never been more eagerly pursued. . Vegetables, you see, are newly and increasingly fashionable. Simply put, the once-meat-obsessed populace is realizing that vegetables actually taste good. Especially when fresh, in season, and carefully prepared.

"Meatless Mondays & Tofu Thursdays: While it's hip to go whole hog, with butchers gaining star power and roasts as the focus of many a dinner party, there is a concurrent trend of eating less meat."

"I believe the future is vegetables and fruits. They are so much more sexier than a piece of chicken."

"I see more people just being really excited about cooking vegetables. "

"More vegetables, especially if there's a crazy foraging story to tell about them or they're from some sort of roof top/urban garden)."

Gabriella Gershenson of Saveur in the same feature:

"Vegetables: They're back, for the very first time."

"Most of this is silly, but I agree, Vegetables will be the next focus."

"Pies are really coming back into style. We are seeing pies have their day in the sun because they are the ultimate comfort food. There is something so familiar about pie. In many ways, it can be a one-dish meal."

"Cupcakes Are Dead. Long Live The Pie! .. Trend-spotters are calling pie the food of the year. Texas and New York restaurants offer pie happy hours. Pies are showing up at weddings, and pie shops are opening in a neighborhood near you. Pies come in sweet and savory, maxi and mini, deep dish and deep-fried."

"Pie for Dinner, Meat Pie, Pies 'n' Thighs, there's no stopping The Age of Pie."

"Pie Defeats Cupcake in Epic Baked Goods Battle"

"If I had one trend -- one trend -- of the year that I could predict, that's why it's in the No. 1 position, this would be the trend for pie. I think that we're going to make room for pie shops in the next year. . This is not just sweet pies, this is savory pies, bite-sized pies. They are even blended into milkshakes," he said. "I'll eat pie if I don't get this one right at the end of the year."

Pies of all types - hot and cold, sweet and savory - are increasingly popular. . Page views for AllRecipe's pie recipes were up more than 20 percent from 2009. Ice cream pie was 2010's fastest growing pie type.

* Are you convinced? Should we expect more pie and vegetables in 2011? Tell us below.


[U]nrestrained vegetable eating has never been more eagerly pursued. . Vegetables, you see, are newly and increasingly fashionable. Simply put, the once-meat-obsessed populace is realizing that vegetables actually taste good. Especially when fresh, in season, and carefully prepared.

"Meatless Mondays & Tofu Thursdays: While it's hip to go whole hog, with butchers gaining star power and roasts as the focus of many a dinner party, there is a concurrent trend of eating less meat."

"I believe the future is vegetables and fruits. They are so much more sexier than a piece of chicken."

"I see more people just being really excited about cooking vegetables. "

"More vegetables, especially if there's a crazy foraging story to tell about them or they're from some sort of roof top/urban garden)."

Gabriella Gershenson of Saveur in the same feature:

"Vegetables: They're back, for the very first time."

"Most of this is silly, but I agree, Vegetables will be the next focus."

"Pies are really coming back into style. We are seeing pies have their day in the sun because they are the ultimate comfort food. There is something so familiar about pie. In many ways, it can be a one-dish meal."

"Cupcakes Are Dead. Long Live The Pie! .. Trend-spotters are calling pie the food of the year. Texas and New York restaurants offer pie happy hours. Pies are showing up at weddings, and pie shops are opening in a neighborhood near you. Pies come in sweet and savory, maxi and mini, deep dish and deep-fried."

"Pie for Dinner, Meat Pie, Pies 'n' Thighs, there's no stopping The Age of Pie."

"Pie Defeats Cupcake in Epic Baked Goods Battle"

"If I had one trend -- one trend -- of the year that I could predict, that's why it's in the No. 1 position, this would be the trend for pie. I think that we're going to make room for pie shops in the next year. . This is not just sweet pies, this is savory pies, bite-sized pies. They are even blended into milkshakes," he said. "I'll eat pie if I don't get this one right at the end of the year."

Pies of all types - hot and cold, sweet and savory - are increasingly popular. . Page views for AllRecipe's pie recipes were up more than 20 percent from 2009. Ice cream pie was 2010's fastest growing pie type.

* Are you convinced? Should we expect more pie and vegetables in 2011? Tell us below.


[U]nrestrained vegetable eating has never been more eagerly pursued. . Vegetables, you see, are newly and increasingly fashionable. Simply put, the once-meat-obsessed populace is realizing that vegetables actually taste good. Especially when fresh, in season, and carefully prepared.

"Meatless Mondays & Tofu Thursdays: While it's hip to go whole hog, with butchers gaining star power and roasts as the focus of many a dinner party, there is a concurrent trend of eating less meat."

"I believe the future is vegetables and fruits. They are so much more sexier than a piece of chicken."

"I see more people just being really excited about cooking vegetables. "

"More vegetables, especially if there's a crazy foraging story to tell about them or they're from some sort of roof top/urban garden)."

Gabriella Gershenson of Saveur in the same feature:

"Vegetables: They're back, for the very first time."

"Most of this is silly, but I agree, Vegetables will be the next focus."

"Pies are really coming back into style. We are seeing pies have their day in the sun because they are the ultimate comfort food. There is something so familiar about pie. In many ways, it can be a one-dish meal."

"Cupcakes Are Dead. Long Live The Pie! .. Trend-spotters are calling pie the food of the year. Texas and New York restaurants offer pie happy hours. Pies are showing up at weddings, and pie shops are opening in a neighborhood near you. Pies come in sweet and savory, maxi and mini, deep dish and deep-fried."

"Pie for Dinner, Meat Pie, Pies 'n' Thighs, there's no stopping The Age of Pie."

"Pie Defeats Cupcake in Epic Baked Goods Battle"

"If I had one trend -- one trend -- of the year that I could predict, that's why it's in the No. 1 position, this would be the trend for pie. I think that we're going to make room for pie shops in the next year. . This is not just sweet pies, this is savory pies, bite-sized pies. They are even blended into milkshakes," he said. "I'll eat pie if I don't get this one right at the end of the year."

Pies of all types - hot and cold, sweet and savory - are increasingly popular. . Page views for AllRecipe's pie recipes were up more than 20 percent from 2009. Ice cream pie was 2010's fastest growing pie type.

* Are you convinced? Should we expect more pie and vegetables in 2011? Tell us below.


[U]nrestrained vegetable eating has never been more eagerly pursued. . Vegetables, you see, are newly and increasingly fashionable. Simply put, the once-meat-obsessed populace is realizing that vegetables actually taste good. Especially when fresh, in season, and carefully prepared.

"Meatless Mondays & Tofu Thursdays: While it's hip to go whole hog, with butchers gaining star power and roasts as the focus of many a dinner party, there is a concurrent trend of eating less meat."

"I believe the future is vegetables and fruits. They are so much more sexier than a piece of chicken."

"I see more people just being really excited about cooking vegetables. "

"More vegetables, especially if there's a crazy foraging story to tell about them or they're from some sort of roof top/urban garden)."

Gabriella Gershenson of Saveur in the same feature:

"Vegetables: They're back, for the very first time."

"Most of this is silly, but I agree, Vegetables will be the next focus."

"Pies are really coming back into style. We are seeing pies have their day in the sun because they are the ultimate comfort food. There is something so familiar about pie. In many ways, it can be a one-dish meal."

"Cupcakes Are Dead. Long Live The Pie! .. Trend-spotters are calling pie the food of the year. Texas and New York restaurants offer pie happy hours. Pies are showing up at weddings, and pie shops are opening in a neighborhood near you. Pies come in sweet and savory, maxi and mini, deep dish and deep-fried."

"Pie for Dinner, Meat Pie, Pies 'n' Thighs, there's no stopping The Age of Pie."

"Pie Defeats Cupcake in Epic Baked Goods Battle"

"If I had one trend -- one trend -- of the year that I could predict, that's why it's in the No. 1 position, this would be the trend for pie. I think that we're going to make room for pie shops in the next year. . This is not just sweet pies, this is savory pies, bite-sized pies. They are even blended into milkshakes," he said. "I'll eat pie if I don't get this one right at the end of the year."

Pies of all types - hot and cold, sweet and savory - are increasingly popular. . Page views for AllRecipe's pie recipes were up more than 20 percent from 2009. Ice cream pie was 2010's fastest growing pie type.

* Are you convinced? Should we expect more pie and vegetables in 2011? Tell us below.


[U]nrestrained vegetable eating has never been more eagerly pursued. . Vegetables, you see, are newly and increasingly fashionable. Simply put, the once-meat-obsessed populace is realizing that vegetables actually taste good. Especially when fresh, in season, and carefully prepared.

"Meatless Mondays & Tofu Thursdays: While it's hip to go whole hog, with butchers gaining star power and roasts as the focus of many a dinner party, there is a concurrent trend of eating less meat."

"I believe the future is vegetables and fruits. They are so much more sexier than a piece of chicken."

"I see more people just being really excited about cooking vegetables. "

"More vegetables, especially if there's a crazy foraging story to tell about them or they're from some sort of roof top/urban garden)."

Gabriella Gershenson of Saveur in the same feature:

"Vegetables: They're back, for the very first time."

"Most of this is silly, but I agree, Vegetables will be the next focus."

"Pies are really coming back into style. We are seeing pies have their day in the sun because they are the ultimate comfort food. There is something so familiar about pie. In many ways, it can be a one-dish meal."

"Cupcakes Are Dead. Long Live The Pie! .. Trend-spotters are calling pie the food of the year. Texas and New York restaurants offer pie happy hours. Pies are showing up at weddings, and pie shops are opening in a neighborhood near you. Pies come in sweet and savory, maxi and mini, deep dish and deep-fried."

"Pie for Dinner, Meat Pie, Pies 'n' Thighs, there's no stopping The Age of Pie."

"Pie Defeats Cupcake in Epic Baked Goods Battle"

"If I had one trend -- one trend -- of the year that I could predict, that's why it's in the No. 1 position, this would be the trend for pie. I think that we're going to make room for pie shops in the next year. . This is not just sweet pies, this is savory pies, bite-sized pies. They are even blended into milkshakes," he said. "I'll eat pie if I don't get this one right at the end of the year."

Pies of all types - hot and cold, sweet and savory - are increasingly popular. . Page views for AllRecipe's pie recipes were up more than 20 percent from 2009. Ice cream pie was 2010's fastest growing pie type.

* Are you convinced? Should we expect more pie and vegetables in 2011? Tell us below.


[U]nrestrained vegetable eating has never been more eagerly pursued. . Vegetables, you see, are newly and increasingly fashionable. Simply put, the once-meat-obsessed populace is realizing that vegetables actually taste good. Especially when fresh, in season, and carefully prepared.

"Meatless Mondays & Tofu Thursdays: While it's hip to go whole hog, with butchers gaining star power and roasts as the focus of many a dinner party, there is a concurrent trend of eating less meat."

"I believe the future is vegetables and fruits. They are so much more sexier than a piece of chicken."

"I see more people just being really excited about cooking vegetables. "

"More vegetables, especially if there's a crazy foraging story to tell about them or they're from some sort of roof top/urban garden)."

Gabriella Gershenson of Saveur in the same feature:

"Vegetables: They're back, for the very first time."

"Most of this is silly, but I agree, Vegetables will be the next focus."

"Pies are really coming back into style. We are seeing pies have their day in the sun because they are the ultimate comfort food. There is something so familiar about pie. In many ways, it can be a one-dish meal."

"Cupcakes Are Dead. Long Live The Pie! .. Trend-spotters are calling pie the food of the year. Texas and New York restaurants offer pie happy hours. Pies are showing up at weddings, and pie shops are opening in a neighborhood near you. Pies come in sweet and savory, maxi and mini, deep dish and deep-fried."

"Pie for Dinner, Meat Pie, Pies 'n' Thighs, there's no stopping The Age of Pie."

"Pie Defeats Cupcake in Epic Baked Goods Battle"

"If I had one trend -- one trend -- of the year that I could predict, that's why it's in the No. 1 position, this would be the trend for pie. I think that we're going to make room for pie shops in the next year. . This is not just sweet pies, this is savory pies, bite-sized pies. They are even blended into milkshakes," he said. "I'll eat pie if I don't get this one right at the end of the year."

Pies of all types - hot and cold, sweet and savory - are increasingly popular. . Page views for AllRecipe's pie recipes were up more than 20 percent from 2009. Ice cream pie was 2010's fastest growing pie type.

* Are you convinced? Should we expect more pie and vegetables in 2011? Tell us below.


[U]nrestrained vegetable eating has never been more eagerly pursued. . Vegetables, you see, are newly and increasingly fashionable. Simply put, the once-meat-obsessed populace is realizing that vegetables actually taste good. Especially when fresh, in season, and carefully prepared.

"Meatless Mondays & Tofu Thursdays: While it's hip to go whole hog, with butchers gaining star power and roasts as the focus of many a dinner party, there is a concurrent trend of eating less meat."

"I believe the future is vegetables and fruits. They are so much more sexier than a piece of chicken."

"I see more people just being really excited about cooking vegetables. "

"More vegetables, especially if there's a crazy foraging story to tell about them or they're from some sort of roof top/urban garden)."

Gabriella Gershenson of Saveur in the same feature:

"Vegetables: They're back, for the very first time."

"Most of this is silly, but I agree, Vegetables will be the next focus."

"Pies are really coming back into style. We are seeing pies have their day in the sun because they are the ultimate comfort food. There is something so familiar about pie. In many ways, it can be a one-dish meal."

"Cupcakes Are Dead. Long Live The Pie! .. Trend-spotters are calling pie the food of the year. Texas and New York restaurants offer pie happy hours. Pies are showing up at weddings, and pie shops are opening in a neighborhood near you. Pies come in sweet and savory, maxi and mini, deep dish and deep-fried."

"Pie for Dinner, Meat Pie, Pies 'n' Thighs, there's no stopping The Age of Pie."

"Pie Defeats Cupcake in Epic Baked Goods Battle"

"If I had one trend -- one trend -- of the year that I could predict, that's why it's in the No. 1 position, this would be the trend for pie. I think that we're going to make room for pie shops in the next year. . This is not just sweet pies, this is savory pies, bite-sized pies. They are even blended into milkshakes," he said. "I'll eat pie if I don't get this one right at the end of the year."

Pies of all types - hot and cold, sweet and savory - are increasingly popular. . Page views for AllRecipe's pie recipes were up more than 20 percent from 2009. Ice cream pie was 2010's fastest growing pie type.

* Are you convinced? Should we expect more pie and vegetables in 2011? Tell us below.


[U]nrestrained vegetable eating has never been more eagerly pursued. . Vegetables, you see, are newly and increasingly fashionable. Simply put, the once-meat-obsessed populace is realizing that vegetables actually taste good. Especially when fresh, in season, and carefully prepared.

"Meatless Mondays & Tofu Thursdays: While it's hip to go whole hog, with butchers gaining star power and roasts as the focus of many a dinner party, there is a concurrent trend of eating less meat."

"I believe the future is vegetables and fruits. They are so much more sexier than a piece of chicken."

"I see more people just being really excited about cooking vegetables. "

"More vegetables, especially if there's a crazy foraging story to tell about them or they're from some sort of roof top/urban garden)."

Gabriella Gershenson of Saveur in the same feature:

"Vegetables: They're back, for the very first time."

"Most of this is silly, but I agree, Vegetables will be the next focus."

"Pies are really coming back into style. We are seeing pies have their day in the sun because they are the ultimate comfort food. There is something so familiar about pie. In many ways, it can be a one-dish meal."

"Cupcakes Are Dead. Long Live The Pie! .. Trend-spotters are calling pie the food of the year. Texas and New York restaurants offer pie happy hours. Pies are showing up at weddings, and pie shops are opening in a neighborhood near you. Pies come in sweet and savory, maxi and mini, deep dish and deep-fried."

"Pie for Dinner, Meat Pie, Pies 'n' Thighs, there's no stopping The Age of Pie."

"Pie Defeats Cupcake in Epic Baked Goods Battle"

"If I had one trend -- one trend -- of the year that I could predict, that's why it's in the No. 1 position, this would be the trend for pie. I think that we're going to make room for pie shops in the next year. . This is not just sweet pies, this is savory pies, bite-sized pies. They are even blended into milkshakes," he said. "I'll eat pie if I don't get this one right at the end of the year."

Pies of all types - hot and cold, sweet and savory - are increasingly popular. . Page views for AllRecipe's pie recipes were up more than 20 percent from 2009. Ice cream pie was 2010's fastest growing pie type.

* Are you convinced? Should we expect more pie and vegetables in 2011? Tell us below.


[U]nrestrained vegetable eating has never been more eagerly pursued. . Vegetables, you see, are newly and increasingly fashionable. Simply put, the once-meat-obsessed populace is realizing that vegetables actually taste good. Especially when fresh, in season, and carefully prepared.

"Meatless Mondays & Tofu Thursdays: While it's hip to go whole hog, with butchers gaining star power and roasts as the focus of many a dinner party, there is a concurrent trend of eating less meat."

"I believe the future is vegetables and fruits. They are so much more sexier than a piece of chicken."

"I see more people just being really excited about cooking vegetables. "

"More vegetables, especially if there's a crazy foraging story to tell about them or they're from some sort of roof top/urban garden)."

Gabriella Gershenson of Saveur in the same feature:

"Vegetables: They're back, for the very first time."

"Most of this is silly, but I agree, Vegetables will be the next focus."

"Pies are really coming back into style. We are seeing pies have their day in the sun because they are the ultimate comfort food. There is something so familiar about pie. In many ways, it can be a one-dish meal."

"Cupcakes Are Dead. Long Live The Pie! .. Trend-spotters are calling pie the food of the year. Texas and New York restaurants offer pie happy hours. Pies are showing up at weddings, and pie shops are opening in a neighborhood near you. Pies come in sweet and savory, maxi and mini, deep dish and deep-fried."

"Pie for Dinner, Meat Pie, Pies 'n' Thighs, there's no stopping The Age of Pie."

"Pie Defeats Cupcake in Epic Baked Goods Battle"

"If I had one trend -- one trend -- of the year that I could predict, that's why it's in the No. 1 position, this would be the trend for pie. I think that we're going to make room for pie shops in the next year. . This is not just sweet pies, this is savory pies, bite-sized pies. They are even blended into milkshakes," he said. "I'll eat pie if I don't get this one right at the end of the year."

Pies of all types - hot and cold, sweet and savory - are increasingly popular. . Page views for AllRecipe's pie recipes were up more than 20 percent from 2009. Ice cream pie was 2010's fastest growing pie type.

* Are you convinced? Should we expect more pie and vegetables in 2011? Tell us below.


[U]nrestrained vegetable eating has never been more eagerly pursued. . Vegetables, you see, are newly and increasingly fashionable. Simply put, the once-meat-obsessed populace is realizing that vegetables actually taste good. Especially when fresh, in season, and carefully prepared.

"Meatless Mondays & Tofu Thursdays: While it's hip to go whole hog, with butchers gaining star power and roasts as the focus of many a dinner party, there is a concurrent trend of eating less meat."

"I believe the future is vegetables and fruits. They are so much more sexier than a piece of chicken."

"I see more people just being really excited about cooking vegetables. "

"More vegetables, especially if there's a crazy foraging story to tell about them or they're from some sort of roof top/urban garden)."

Gabriella Gershenson of Saveur in the same feature:

"Vegetables: They're back, for the very first time."

"Most of this is silly, but I agree, Vegetables will be the next focus."

"Pies are really coming back into style. We are seeing pies have their day in the sun because they are the ultimate comfort food. There is something so familiar about pie. In many ways, it can be a one-dish meal."

"Cupcakes Are Dead. Long Live The Pie! .. Trend-spotters are calling pie the food of the year. Texas and New York restaurants offer pie happy hours. Pies are showing up at weddings, and pie shops are opening in a neighborhood near you. Pies come in sweet and savory, maxi and mini, deep dish and deep-fried."

"Pie for Dinner, Meat Pie, Pies 'n' Thighs, there's no stopping The Age of Pie."

"Pie Defeats Cupcake in Epic Baked Goods Battle"

"If I had one trend -- one trend -- of the year that I could predict, that's why it's in the No. 1 position, this would be the trend for pie. I think that we're going to make room for pie shops in the next year. . This is not just sweet pies, this is savory pies, bite-sized pies. They are even blended into milkshakes," he said. "I'll eat pie if I don't get this one right at the end of the year."

Pies of all types - hot and cold, sweet and savory - are increasingly popular. . Page views for AllRecipe's pie recipes were up more than 20 percent from 2009. Ice cream pie was 2010's fastest growing pie type.

* Are you convinced? Should we expect more pie and vegetables in 2011? Tell us below.


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