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Fraggle Rock(s). Cleveland rocks. Aerosmith rocks. You know what else rocks? Being a chef. Just ask Michael Schlow.
Five Reasons I Love Being A Chef: Michael Schlow
The House of Representatives passed a sweeping child nutrition bill Thursday designed to promote better eating habits in part by giving the federal government more authority to set standards for food sold in vending machines and other venues on school grounds.
Among other things, the $4.5 billion measure provides more money to poor areas to subsidize free meals and requires schools to abide by health guidelines drafted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. To help offset the higher cost of including more fruits and vegetables, the bill increases the reimbursement rate for school lunches.
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