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duckdohpolicy.jpgGreat news for chefs and fans of Chinese-style hanging duck! The DOH has relaxed its temperature policies for cooked foods, which means that roasted duck and pork can hang in windows for four hours as opposed to two, so long as the handlers mark the time down in a log. The old rules discouraged many restaurants from displaying their goods in the window, and sometimes meant that time-tested preparations had to be altered to keep things up to code. [WSJ]

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