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Want to Really Understand the Health-Care Debate? These Nachos Will Help
National Nurses United breaks it down with cheesy chips.
Fast-Casual Chain Chili’s Happily Demystifies Health Care for People on Twitter
Someone wanted to know why his doctor’s appointments cost so much.
the state of the industry
Are Rising Health-Care Costs to Blame for the Restaurant Industry’s Troubles?
A new survey indicates they’re to blame.
Sorry Wrong Number
Callers to Obamacare Help Centers Get Cupcake Shop Instead
Fresh out of health-care plans. But we do have some lovely red velvet.
No More Jell-O
Hospital Food Tastes Better, Thanks to Obamacare
Is this the end of Jell-O?
Gov. Rendell Promotes Healthcare for Restaurant Workers; PA State Senator Wants
Plus a federal advisory panel is leaning towards endorsing genetically modified salmon, and a Kentucky man claims too much coffee led him to strangle his wife, all in our morning news roundup.
Bauer Weighs In About Healthy SF Surcharges, Cranky Commenters Go Nuts
Bauer’s commenter pool is, as usual, cranky.
Quote of the Day
Why Still With the Surcharging?
Public House to Open With Baseball Season; Hawaiian Sumo Wrestler Pimps Coconut
How Health Care Legislation Affects Restaurants; Spice Station and Forage Make
With health care reform comes adjustment for the restaurant industry, and two Silver Lake caterers have a symbiotic relationship.
Praying for an Empanada Trend; Diet Coke is the New Martini
Plus: what the new healthcare bill means for restaurants, and Dubai bans all cooking alcohol, all in our morning news roundup.
Restaurant Association Approves Health Care Bill, Kinda
The restaurateur advocacy group is happy with the part-time employee exemption in the Senate bill.
Should the Restaurant Industry Take Its Medicine and Allow Sick Leave?
More on the issue of required sick days.
Rubio’s Rejects Buyout Offer; Former Execs Sue Ralph’s
Former Ralph’s execs are suing over being scapegoated while Rubio’s doesn’t accept an offered $80 million buyout.