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The Daily Prep List 3.31.2023


Senate Grills Former Starbucks CEO Over Union Conflict

QSR Magazine 3/30

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz denied the coffee chain broke labor laws and insisted it is willing to bargain with unionized workers during an appearance before the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee on Wednesday.

Restaurant Labor Recovery Seeing State-by-State Fluctuation

Food Market 3/30

The National Restaurant Association provided a look at the labor situation of restaurants across the U.S. and the picture varies on a seemingly state-by-state basis.

Food Industry Policy

Out of the frying pan and into the fire: The gas stove toxicity debate

Open Government 3/31

Jeremy MacMahon, Chelsea Unkel and Pamela J. Lein from the University of California, Davis, unpack household air pollution, focusing on the gas stove toxicity debate.

Cooking with gas — or electricity? Californians wonder how electrification might impact the food we eat

CapRadio 3/28

David Soohoo is, first and foremost, a chef. Over the course of decades, he’s owned and run a variety of Sacramento restaurants, like Bamboo and Ming Palace. One lesson he’s learned: It takes more than skillful cooking to succeed. His work also requires a knack for adaptation.

On the Side

Best BBQ spot in California? This family-run restaurant is No. 1 in state, Yelp says

The Sacramento Bee 3/30

A small family-run restaurant in California has been recognized as the best barbecue spot in the state, Yelp says.

Sherman Oaks Chef Named James Beard Finalist For Best In California

Sherman Oaks Patch 3/29

James Beard’s Restaurant and Chef Award nominees are out. Get ready for very long lines at your favorite, formerly little-known LA eateries.

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