Home cooks rallied on the steps of the state Capitol yesterday (Wednesday) in support of a bill that would make California the first state to permit and regualte the small-scale sale of meals from home kitchens. Nut opponents of the bill say it could be a recipe for disaster. Capital Public Radio's Nadine Sebai reports.
California home cooks would be able to sell meals prepared in home kitchens directly to consumers under a bill that has passed the state Assembly. As Capital Public Radio's Julia Mitric reports, opponents say the move would create a public health risk.