Culinary pioneer applauds Seattle's healthy dining trends

03/7/2012 | American City Business Journals

The rise of small, often vegetarian plates in place of big meat-centric meals has helped Seattle foster a healthier dining climate, says cooking school founder-turned-consultant Karen Malody. In this interview, she also shares her thoughts on why some restaurants fail and others succeed.

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