In my quest to avoid yesterday’s onslaught of what PhDork eloquently described as “grief porn,” I piled up some DVDs I’d been meaning to watch. And I found a real winner that I want to highly recommend, a documentary called “Pressure Cooker”, which follows high school students from an inner-city Philadelphia public school as they compete to win scholarships to attend culinary arts college. It’s like “Kings of Pastry” but not white or French or all-male and “Hoop Dreams”, but in the home-ec lab instead of on a basketball court. Central to the movie is Mrs. Wilma Stephenson, who has taught culinary arts at Frankford High School for over 40 years and who is the most righteous honey badger of a public school teacher you will ever see in your life (you’ll start off thinking you’ll hate her and wind up loving her beyond all reason). You can watch on Netflix or stream from DailyMotion. You’ll be glad you did.