Kids Compete for Culinary Scholarships; Jews Do Seder Out


More than 100 food recalls were made during the first quarter of the year, but only three recalls were for the dangerous E. coli pathogen.
[Food Safety News]

Twenty New York City high school students will compete for scholarships to culinary schools at a Careers Through Culinary Arts Program-sponsored cooking competition.
[Wall Street Journal]

More Jews are opting to attend restaurant seders instead of cooking them, including at such New York eateries as Savoy and JoeDoe.
[NY Times]

A Chicago school has banned students from bringing lunches from home in an effort to get them to eat the healthy school lunches.

A new study has found that mothers of young children consume more calories and junk food than women without children.

This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on April 12, 2011


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