This is part of Restaurant Hospitality’s special coverage of the 2012 Food & Wine classic in Aspen, Colo., June 15-17. It wasn’t that long ago that the farm-to-table movement was a niche occupied by only young chefs who cared far less about profit than they did about putting spectacular ingredients on the plate. Now, the idea of restaurants with strong connections to farmers and ranchers has become so mainstream, that those who don’t have direct connections to the ...

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