Laura Goodman has resigned as the chef of an English restaurant after Facebook comments suggesting she’d “spiked” a vegan’s meal with meat out of spite.
Laura Goodman has resigned as the chef of an English restaurant after Facebook comments suggesting she’d “spiked” a vegan’s meal with meat out of spite. Facebook
Laura Goodman has resigned as the chef of an English restaurant after Facebook comments suggesting she’d “spiked” a vegan’s meal with meat out of spite. Facebook

Angry after vegans spurned her special menu, a chef says she ‘spiked’ meal with meat

January 03, 2018 12:14 PM

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