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By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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A group in Scotland has proposed a law decreeing a fundamental right to eat.

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Restaurant

Thursday, April 28th is a great night to eat out at countless restaurants around the country: They're participating in Dining Out for Life and helping to support people with illnesses like AIDS.

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Chefs Make Change

For the month of June, chefs around the world will participate in the Eat (RED) Drink (RED) Save Lives campaign to raise 
money for The Global Fund to fight AIDS. Here, three star chefs share their favorite red food.

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Chefs Make Change

A few weeks ago, Cookies for Kids Cancer threw a little dinner party. That party raised over $1.1 million for research for pediatric cancer. Some 500 guests got to eat a lot of uni and truffles. And cookies.

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Chefs Make Change

For this year's exceptional Chefs for Kids' Cancer benefit, more than 40 of the city's best cooks and pastry chefs will prepare a feast. And supermodel Karlie Kloss will show off her cookie-making abilities.

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Chefs Make Change

The Meatball Shop's Michael Chernow and Daniel Holzman will sleep on the street next month to raise awareness and funding for NYC homeless efforts. Here's how to help.

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Drink This Now

Want to do something charitable? Consider drinking more. In a brilliantly convenient move, spirit companies and charities are teaming up to give everyone what they want: booze and a better world. Here, five spirits that support worthy causes.

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Eat for a Cause

Starting next week, your next dinner party could do something more than just feed you and your guests; it could help feed those in need.

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Kick Start It

Breaking Kickstarter records, this Rust Belt chef hopes to use the power of food to revive Braddock, Pennsylvania.

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Chefs Make Change

Pro bono work is usually associated with fancy law firms rather than start-up craft breweries.

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