Big-name chefs, including Mark Hix, call on London’s mayor to ban polystyrene food packaging

cusineBig-name chefs, including Mark Hix, call on London’s mayor to ban polystyrene food packaging
Fancy big-name chefs, including Mark Hix and Theo Randall, have called on London Mayor Sadiq Khan to ban polystyrene packaging. Fronting the campaign is Ed Baines, whose flagship joint is Soho seafood mecca Randall & Aubin. In a letter to Khan, which …
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Women chefs are battling one of America’s worst pay gaps. Here’s one easy fix
The American restaurant industry is not for the faint of heart. Servers’ wages often lean heavily on tips, and basic benefits packages are few and far between. The lack of support is especially hard on pregnant mothers and new parents, who typically can …
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Where the Chefs Eat: Heather Earnhardt
SEATTLE – Heather Earnhardt’s restaurant, The Wandering Goose dishes out some of the best southern comforts in Seattle. Her food is so popular, she recently released her first cookbook called, Big Food Big Love. But between the book, restaurant and raising …
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Mayor Barrett walks with Teens from the Earn and Learn Program to Promote Healthy Lifestyles

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On a warm, partly cloudy Friday afternoon, Milwaukee teens and Mayor Tom Barrett enjoyed the weather and fellowship while walking to promote healthy lifestyles in Milwaukee. As part of Mayor Barrett’s Walk 100 Miles in 100 Days Challenge, nearly 180 …
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Obesity Means Earlier Death, Especially for Men
Obesity is a growing problem with increasingly poor diets and increasingly sedentary lifestyles. Researchers have linked obesity to a greater risk of high blood pressure and high cholesterol, increasing the risk of heart disease and stroke. Obesity is also …
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WHEN THE CHURCH GOES BAD
At any rate, this is usually the first step toward a church’s failure. Next, invariably, comes a rapidly growing acceptance of assorted sexual “lifestyles.” As one young female pastor said to me, face to face, adultery is “no big deal.”
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