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Amy Schumer Leaves $500 Tip for Student at Boston Restaurant

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  • Actress/comedian Amy Schumer left a Boston-area server a $500 tip. According to People, the actress reportedly told the college-aged server that she was once a waitress and “knew how hard it was.”
  • As the Houston area recovers from Hurricane Harvey, grocery chains in the region are rushing to get food back on store shelves.
  • Krispy Kreme’s getting in on the pumpkin space game, for one day only: The chain will offer an appropriately fall-flavored doughnut in select stores September 8.
  • Here’s Slovenian chef Ana Roš on why she accepted the controversial World’s Best Female Chef award, which the World’s 50 Best organization bestowed upon her earlier this year: “So here is my explanation. It is very clear for a woman in a male world, it’s always going to be difficult,” she tells Bloomberg. “A woman has so many roles — as a mother, as a wife, as a lover, as a housekeeper — and then you try to fit in 14 or 16 hours working.”
  • The merchandise at Danny Bowien’s Mission Chinese Food is pretty great.
  • Hot dogs are having a moment in the UK.
  • Italian dreamer of dreams Massimo Bottura recently encountered a pretty sweet kitchen appliance:

How we will cook in the future: Pizza #grundig #foodforsoul #pizza

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