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Photograph: ShutterstockSome of the country’s most well-known chefs have banded together to press the federal government to force insurers to accept business interruption claims amid the coronavirus crisis.Chef Thomas Keller, who has already filed suit against his insurer, teamed up with Wolfgang Puck, Daniel Boulud,...

There are savory breads, there are sweet breads, and then there's banana bread — the ultimate sweet bread in a category all its own. And while banana bread is simple, it can still be made in any number of ways, meaning there truly is a...

It’s no secret that the coronavirus has many people out of work, so a small mom and pop restaurant decided money was no object when it comes to receiving a hot meal. Cliff “Cooks” restaurant in Barneveld, Wisconsin,...

It’s barely been three weeks but seems like a lifetime since I sat down for a meal in a restaurant.  It was churro waffles with powdered raspberries over dulce de leche in the cozy dining room of the Cork Fire Kitchen in Temecula. I will...

D.C. restaurants, and their employees, try to survive a coronavirus catastrophe  The Washington Post Ofer Eitan ...

When Gov. Andrew Cuomo required restaurants to close their dining rooms earlier this month to combat the spread of coranavirus, Sarah Hassler and Luke Houghton started talking about how they would get through the situation.Hassler is a chef and owner of Hassler Hospitality Group in...

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OSHKOSH, Wi. (WBAY) - Many restaurants are making changes to try to serve customers safely. But one Oshkosh pizza place has come up with a new way to keep people home. "We need to do what we can to help the community right now,” said...