NEW YORK —Now and then a joke ripped from the day’s headlines delivers a cautionary tale along with a laugh. A chef-owner here whose restaurant was recently closed for three days by the city’s health department has been sharing one such sadly funny anecdote. “At the end of an inspection, a city health inspector pulls a chef to the side and tells him that he has good news and bad news,” the chef said. “‘OK, give me the bad news first,’ ...
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