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The chef believes that lunchrooms are just as important as classrooms.
Cafeterias at 10 public schools were recently re-staffed and are now cooking meals again.
The renowned chef says school lunch programs don't cut it.
The program serves meals family style, and facilitates conversation amongst students.
"I’ve often contemplated that perhaps we should administer a common sense test of very basic food questions to guests that we do not recognize. If the results clearly reflect that these folks do not dine out very often, we can...
Despite what you may have been told, most sommeliers are fine with diners employing a try-before-they-buy method when ordering wine.
It should be easy for adults to split a simple dinner bill, but it never is. Grub Street weighs in with the final word.
Shadier folk sign up for multiple accounts under assumed names, but they'd better remember what they all are.
Or, How Not to Get All 'Portlandia' on Your Waiter.
Us to Ed Arnow of the Contra Costa 'Times': Look at this mess you started!
This "report" from the Contra Costa 'Times' is totally made up, if you ask us.
One of his loyal readers also calls the trend "pretty dismal."
You know you've done it. Flirted with an attractive waiter/waitress/bartender, getting increasingly flirty with each glass of wine, only to realize after, or the next day, that you were probably the twentieth jerk to do this that week. Well, fear...
Mr. Bauer once again takes an opportunity to complain about restaurants who still show the Healthy S.F. surcharge on checks.
Michael Bauer, for one, voices his grave disapproval.
A proposed law would require nudists to throw a little something on before deciding to dine.
Your feed should be as good as your food.