CHICAGO A salmonella outbreak that sickened at least 126 attendees to the Taste of Chicago food festival and hospitalized 10 of them so far has been linked to Pars Cove restaurant, which had a booth at the annual outdoor event. Pars Cove, a Persian eatery that has been in business on this city’s North Side since 1977, served cucumber sales over hummus, grilled lamb and beef, pomegranate-barbecued chicken and baklava from its booth during the 10-day event, which ended ...
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