Where to Find the City’s Best Easter Sweets; Jamie Oliver’s School Lunches Aren’t So Popular

A brief guide to finding Easter treats in SF, including Christopher Elbow Chocolates. [Bits & Bites]

Nightlife advocate Terrance Alan, chairman of the city's Entertainment Commission, is resigning his post. [Chron]

Koko Cocktails is doing a Bourbon and Bacon Happy Hour this Friday. [Tablehopper]

When Jamie Oliver made over Huntington, West Virginia's school lunches, many children stopped buying them. [Salon]

Jets tight end Dustin Keller is writing a food column for the New York Times' football blog. [Fifth Down/NYT via Eater]

Fueled by customer demand for good tomatoes year round, giant tomato greenhouses are cropping up across the country. [NYT]

McDonald's recently opened its first "Hamburger University" training center in China. [NRN]

Between tougher federal fishing regulations and this year's cold snap, Florida is producing less local seafood than usual right now. [NYT]

By introducing new devices like a water reservoir, microwave manufacturers are trying to combat Americans' indifference toward their product. [WSJ]

Alumnae of Ireland's Ballymaloe Cooking School have spread founder Darina Allen's gospel of fresh, simple, Irish cooking worldwide. [NYT]

Sales of frozen food are skyrocketing, leading to an increase in the type of products available. [WSJ]

Charlie Vergos, founder of Memphis' beloved Rendezvous barbecue restaurant, died this weekend at 84. [Diner's Journal/NYT]