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"I loved the fact that in one bite you would get the biggest gush of mayo," writes m_alco .
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2 hrs ago | Serious Eats
When Gotham West Market opened two weeks ago in Hell's Kitchen, Genuine Roadside was one of the initial vendors, alongside heavy hitters like Court Street Grocers, Blue Bottle Coffee and Ivan Ramen.
6 hrs ago | Deseret News
In this Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013 file photo, protesters rally for better wages at a Wendy's in Detroit.
10 hrs ago | Green Bay Press-Gazette
I do know where they come from, though. I spent 10 years in food service before I went to school to become a CNA.
A 50-year-old Interlochen man is in custody after police allege he walked into a Wendy's fast-food restaurant, robbed the place, then threatened to kill employees if they called police.
Fast Food workers walked off their jobs in over 100 cities on Thursday , demanding a living wage.
"Poverty is not an accident. Like slavery and apartheid, it is man-made and can be removed by the actions of human beings."
Rumors that an IKEA furniture store could open in St. Louis kept news outlets and Facebook campaigns busy for years before Swedish retailers made the deal official last week.
According to TMZ, a Wendy's employee was arrested last month in Georgia a after allegedly making a cheeseburger with one crazy off-the-menu ingredient a marijuana.
It would be nice if the fast food workers got a $5-plus pay raise, but would that office worker who is making $13 an hour get a $6-an-hour raise to maintain that pay equality? [" $15 pay push: Seattle's turn ," page one, Dec. 5].
Protesters in Boston march in the parking lot of a Burger King as part of a nation-wide protest supporting higher wages for workers in the fast-food industry.
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Believing that fast food companies pay their unskilled labor low wages primarily because they are greedy capitalist pigs, protestors flocked to McDonalds and Wendy's last Thursday.
For nearly 40 years, Sheldon "Red" Chaney and his wife, Julia Chaney, were known for their friendly manner and popular diner cooking at Red's Giant Hamburg, a restaurant on Chestnut Expressway near College Street that gained national attention and is still remembered with fondness by locals.
Across the United States, fast food workers have been striking in an effort to draw attention to their low wage problem.
Fast food restaurants are becoming increasingly dangerous to eat at lately, especially once we started realizing all the disgusting things some employees do to the food.