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“Then, unnoticed, Hoo-Hoo replaced the empty shell with a fresh-cooked crab.”
“One day I was sitting in a meeting with the principal and assistant principal at my daughter's school, talking about building a garden there, when someone mentioned that the newly renovated school building had a commercial-grade kitchen where meals were being "fresh-cooked.”
“That's the "fresh-cooked" regime, according to the D.C. Public Schools contracted food provider, Chartwells.”
“George De Gennaro Studios/HP Books Mable Hoffman Crock-Pots debuted in 1971 and sold in the millions, spurred in part by the increase in working women who wanted to present a fresh-cooked meal when they came home in the evening.”
“An expose on a local blog, The Slow Cook, revealed that Chartwells, the current school food service provider, advertised a "fresh-cooked" meal program but served processed scrambled eggs with 13 ingredients including soybean oil, modified corn starch, xanthan gum and lipolized butter oil.”
“(For an in-depth look at Chartwells 'fresh-cooked program, see Ed Bruske's excellent series on his blog, The Slow Cook.)”
“These meals, said food service director Jeff Mills, will be different than the so-called fresh-cooked meals that are currently provided by contractor Chartwells and contain many processed foods.”
“She breathed in, deeply, relishing the odor of the fresh-cooked breakfast.”
“That way, there's no temptation to eat all the high-calorie and high-carb nuggets out of the pot -- plus, each time you reheat the leftover soup, add more for fresh-cooked pasta every time.”
“UNIDENTIFIED ACTRESS: It wouldn ` t be morning in the Hickey household without fresh-cooked bacon from Paris.”
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