| Source: Muskogee Phoenix
An Oklahoma teen was arrested after he tried to use counterfeit money to pay for a school lunch.
| Source: WHSV
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.
| Source: The Washington Times
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.
| Source: Jackson County Floridan
With the help of school foodservice, students came together in competition to encourage creating healthy, kid-friendly foods.
| Source: Business Insider
From duck confit with peach jam to Korean BBQ, serious eats are one of the perks for Facebook employees.
| Source: The Detroit News
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.
| Source: The Kansas City Star
To combat the invasive fish, the University of Missouri is trying out recipes, which some students say taste like ground beef.
| Source: The Courier-Journal
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.
| Source: The Samford Crimson
Contrary to rumors on the Samford University campus, Sodexo says sticky cafeteria cups are not the cause of the mononucleosis outbreak.
| Source: Senior Housing News
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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