Carla Hall talks inexpensive, healthy school lunches
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Carla Hall talks inexpensive, healthy school lunches

The Top Chef finalist and D.C. chef, Carla Hall, speaks at the Childhood Obesity Summit sponsored by Washington Post Live. The chef was given the challenge of making the lunch for the event on a budget of $2.32 for each guest. (The Washington Post)

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