The entree, long the undisputed centerpiece of an American restaurant meal, is dead.I'd like to hear officials at the Scripps National Spelling Bee ask a 14-year-old to spell "tapafication." The entire article is here.
O.K., so maybe it’s not quite time to write the entree’s obituary. But in many major dining cities like New York, San Francisco and Chicago, the main course is under attack.
Although the entree’s ills were first diagnosed in the late 1990s, when the rise of small plates kicked off the tapafication of American menus, the attacks have become more serious lately.
Wednesday, December 5, 2007
RIP: The Entree
In today's NY Times, staff writer Kim Severson makes this shocking pronouncement: