New Jersey restaurants employ more people than any other business in the state, but these days, 80% of those workers are out of a job. Now, however, there's some hope; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.

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NJ Restaurants Looking Forward To Reopening SafelyNew Jersey restaurants employ more people than any other business in the state, but these days, 80% of those workers are out of a job. Now, however, there's some hope; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Coronavirus Update: Restaurants Face Major Changes When Allowed To ReopenRestaurants in the city are among the hardest hit in the country by the coronavirus. Owners are hoping to reopen, but they know there will be changes; CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
President Donald Trump Signs Executive Order To Keep Meat Processing Plants Open Despite Safety ConcernsFacing fears of a nationwide meat shortage, President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday to keep processing plants open despite safety concerns; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Coronavirus Update: Celebrity Chefs, Five-Star Restaurants Preparing Meals For Those In NeedSome five-star restaurants are shifting their focus from making gourmet meals to feeding the hungry. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge looks at how some celebrity chefs have found a new mission in the kitchen.
Coronavirus Business Woes: NYC's Restaurants Struggling Under Delivery App Fees, Uncertain FuturesRestaurants have taken a hard hit since the onset of the coronavirus. While some are slowly opening their doors back up for delivery, they’re facing some challenges. CBS2’s Charlie Cooper reports.
Cooking at Home: George’s Combo BurgerIf you're looking for simple recipes to try at home, here's one from burger expert George Motz. This burger is a mashup between a Chester and the burger at Joe Rouer’s Bar in Luxemburg, WI.
Coronavirus Update: Shoppers Find Long Lines For Groceries Both In Stores And OnlineIn the age of social distancing, buying groceries isn't easy. There are long lines at the stores and online; CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Former Nurses Bakes For Hospitalsformer nurse is stepping up to help medical workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic. While she can't join them on the front lines, she is giving them a moment of sweetness. CBS2's Dave Carlin shares her story.
Coronavirus Update: Popular Brooklyn Restaurant Reopens, 'Our Hope Is People Feel Good Ordering Delivery And Take Out'One of Brooklyn's most popular restaurants is reopening Wednesday after closing due to the coronavirus. CBS2's Charlie Cooper explains how Win Son restaurant and bakery in Brooklyn are preparing to do so safely.
Coronavirus Update: Former Nurse Makes Cakes & Cupcakes For Hospital WorkersA former nurse is stepping up to help medical workers fighting the pandemic. While she can't join them on the front lines, she is giving them a moment of sweetness; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Coronavirus Update: Quarantine Brings On Resurgence Of MilkmanFood shopping is more than a notion now, so some people are relying on an old-fashioned way to stocking the fridge with the basics; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Coronavirus Update: Taste Of Tribeca Food Festival Organizers Turn Attention To Feeding Health Care WorkersA local food festival that doubles as a fundraiser for schools has been canceled due to the pandemic, but that hasn't stopped organizers from finding a way to give back; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Support Local Restaurants This Takeout TuesdayToday is what has become known as takeout Tuesday, a chance for everyone to help struggling restaurants stay in business. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Coronavirus Update: Do I Need To Disinfect My Groceries?As we try to self-isolate, one place we cannot avoid people is the grocery store. And what about the packages of food we buy? How safe are they? CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Coronavirus Update: Restaurant Owners Find Creative Ways To Offer Comfort To CustomersWhile dining in a restaurant remains off limits, local restaurant owners have come up with creative ways for us to find comfort in our home kitchens; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Nutritionist Offers Advice On How To Eat Well During Coronavirus QuarantineIt's an uncertain time, but we still need to stay healthy with exercise and diet. Nutritionist Dr. Felicia Stoler has some advice on how to eat well when you're stuck inside.
Coronavirus Update: Nassau County Exec Laura Curran Update On COVID-19Nassau County Executive Laura Curran shared an update on 1,029 new cases in her Long Island county, bringing the total there to 2,497 cases.
The Dig's Elle McLogan On Red Gate BakeryIn the latest episode of The Dig, CBS2's Elle McLogan introduces a New Yorker who quit his day job to pursue his childhood dream.
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Brooklyn Woman Creates Custom Cakes For The StarsFrom her hometown to Hollywood -- it's not just sugar that has countless people craving a Brooklyn woman's custom cakes. It's also a little dose of love; CBS2's Valerie Castro reports.
With Local Grocery Stores Having Trouble Staying Afloat, What Does It Mean For Shoppers?Running any business in New York is tough, but the grocery business is notoriously challenging. Alan Sytsma from Grub Street, New York Magazine's food and restaurant blog, stopped by CBSN New York to discuss it. 
Last Minute Christmas Prep Heads To Arthur Avenue In The BronxCBS2's Andrea Grymes checks in on Arthur Avenue in the Belmont section of the Bronx, one of the most popular spots on families' countdown to Christmas.
Hunts Point Produce Market To Move 30 Million Pounds Of ProduceTwo days before Thanksgiving is the busiest day of the year for the Hunts Point produce market in the Bronx.
E. Coli Outbreak Affecting Romaine LettuceThe CDC is warning of an E. Coli outbreak affecting Romaine lettuce from California.

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