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Topic - Bon Appétit
A D.C. mother said she was shocked when her employer, Bon Appetit at American University, fired her for selling her daughter's Girl Scout cookies at work.
It's a balmy March evening just before the official arrival of spring, and a few diners are already happily venturing to the small tables outside Red Rooster, chef Marcus Samuelsson's eatery on Lenox Avenue in the heart of Harlem.
Remember when butter came in two varieties — salted and not?
It's starting to feel like an all-you-can-eat buffet on the newsstand lately. And that has some food magazines mixing it up a bit.