Small plates aren't new. While not every American has sampled Eastern Mediterranean mezes, references to Spanish tapas have become common among those who dine out. Chinese dim sum (which in Cantonese translates roughly to “order to your heart's content”) are so common they're turning Japanese (or, more generally, Asian). Could this interest in meals made up of such small portions ever replace the super-sized entrée or signal the imminent demise of the doggie bag? Clearly, not yet. For ...
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