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Spreading coronavirus? Why wearing gloves to supermarket isn’t helping

April 23, 2020 by


The gloves are coming off in the fight against dangerous myths surrounding the coronavirus, according to this article. Despite no recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to do so, shoppers continue to wear gloves in public places, such as grocery stores. The gesture has left doctors and health experts shaking their heads — not only […]

No glove, no love: California law repeal edition

June 27, 2014 by


by Ben Chapman Mandating glove use or no barehand contact quickly becomes a political issue. The public health folks point at risk factors and research that suggests that a barehand contact violation is twice as likely to occur at a norovirus outbreak-linked restaurant than a nonoutbreak restaurant. The industry strikes back with calls of increased […]

I’m Gloving It Policy in California & opposition

March 24, 2014 by


by Ben Chapman AP’s Fenit Nirappil weighs in on the polarization of California’s no barehand contact rule and reports that while McDonalds and other chain restaurants have picked the I’m glovin’ it policy, others are voicing opposition. The arguments have been well established on both sides of the so-called glove rule with common themes revolving […]

Interactive culinary experiences

February 15, 2010 by


I’ve been watching some reality tv, because it is a great way to relax after a stressful day. I have been drawn to food shows ( surprise, surprise) one being Cake Boss and the other, Platinum Brides.  Very different shows, both food related.  You have to love Buddy on Cake Boss, what a guy and […]