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Chefs Changing Lives with Food – NYTimes.com

Highly-trained chefs are giving up high-paying careers serving the wealthy in order to work in shelters and addiction programs, teaching the skills of the kitchen and of life to people who need it most. This reminds FamilyWorks of our local version: FareStart. Check it out and support the recovery, job skills training, and delicious food they have to offer!





American Album – Finding Purpose in Serving the Needy, Not Just Haute Cuisine – NYTimes.com.

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