Lowell House's proposal to do away with reliance on the often abominable offerings of the Central Kitchen system, and their evidence that such a scheme may actually save the House some money, has brought Cambridge some of the sweetest tidings in years. It will not be long, one hopes, before this genuinely inspired spark burns in Eliot, Kirkland, and Winthrop also, and the Central Kitchens system, its pretense at tolerable cuisine, and its myriad indignities are done away with forever.
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