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An Oklahoma teen was arrested after he tried to use counterfeit money to pay for a school lunch.
A James Madison University sous chef is competing on Food Network’s “Guy’s Grocery Games,” fulfilling a dream borne of a childhood battle with brain cancer.
Personnel with a ranking of E5 or above may take part in a five-week course teaching them classical French-based cookery to prepare for assignments at the White House or Pentagon.
With the help of school foodservice, students came together in competition to encourage creating healthy, kid-friendly foods.
From duck confit with peach jam to Korean BBQ, serious eats are one of the perks for Facebook employees.
Sodexo is waiting for DPS to honor a judgment ordering more than $23 million in outstanding invoices plus $2 million in interest, according to a federal complaint.
To combat the invasive fish, the University of Missouri is trying out recipes, which some students say taste like ground beef.
After being closed for four days due to winter storms, one school district is donating 4,488 food items slotted for after school snacks to local charities.
Contrary to rumors on the Samford University campus, Sodexo says sticky cafeteria cups are not the cause of the mononucleosis outbreak.
Maryland retirement community is showing its commitment to high-end cuisine by hiring a classically French-trained, former Ritz-Carlton chef.

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