Share Our Strength, the wonderful organization that is conducting its chain-restaurant-based Dine Out philanthropic push this week, has provided me with several opportunities to see the good works it is doing to help battle childhood hunger. I was moved deeply when I joined nationally known chefs to tour the New Orleans, La., area after the incredible devastation of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. And in August, I was able to join foodservice executives and others involved in hunger causes to ...

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