thefoodpeople serve up an insightful MenuWatching infographic for 2012

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As 2012 draws to a close, thefoodpeople have been busy creating an infographic to show what has been trending on the UK's menus over the last year. With over 200 restaurants, more than 40,000 ingredients and 7,000 plus menu items studied, thefoodpeople's expert insight is simply mouth-watering.

2012 Menu Watching Infographic
Thefoodpeople review literally thousands of menu items and tens of thousands of ingredients.

Whether it's family tradition or the only way you know, everybody has opinion about food and the best ways to enjoy it. However, as Charles Banks, Director of thefoodpeople explains, "There is nothing more fascinating and inspirational in the food world as what chefs are putting on their menus. Who's using what, what's the latest technique, cut or preparation, who's discovered what new ingredient in a wild and interesting form!"

The infographic details most popular starter ingredients and most common pairings, beef preparations and seafood accompaniments as well as the UK's most popular desserts on menus in 2012.

As part of the research for foodwatching, thefoodpeople review literally thousands of menu items and tens of thousands of ingredients and the relationships between them. They also cross-sector from fast food to fine dining and from all around the world to understand the trends that are evolving in the chef and restaurant world.

It's not always easy to experiment with new ways to enjoy your favourite foods or even to add in a new ingredient that will work, but fear not. With 'Menuwatching' from thefoodpeople you can delve deeply into the vastly exciting world of food and keep up to date with current and tasty trends.

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