DIY Food Entrepreneurs Head to the Market; Top Chefs Head to Beirut
The new food entrepreneurs are bypassing restaurant kitchens to instead peddle their handmade fare via food trucks and at market stands.
Joël Robuchon, the Parisian baker Eric Kayser, and perhaps even Jean-Georges Vongerichten are among the top chefs being tapped to open restaurants in Beirut.
Jennifer Clair, a former chef and food editor, has opened Home Cooking New York, a cooking school in Chelsea. Classes take up to 10 students and include a meal.
At least a third of U.S. companies now offer or are planning to offer incentives to employees who enroll in healthy eating and exercise programs.
[Wall Street Journal]
Restaurants are cashing in on Sex and the City mania with specialty menu items, prizes, and, of course, cocktail specials.
[Nation's Restaurant News]
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