You Don't Have To Avoid Pizza Restaurants To Get A Healthy Meal


If you have been avoiding pizza restaurants because you are trying to eat healthier, here are some tips that will put an end to your suffering. In some health circles, pizza gets a bad rap. While this popular fun food can have a lot of calories, fat, and sodium, if you know how to order correctly you can get a healthy pie. Ask questions about the ingredients before you order. If the waiter can't help you, ask to speak with the cook or manager.

30 April 2018

Easy Tricks To Help You Lose Weight When You Have A Busy Schedule


It can be incredibly tricky to stick to a diet if you are someone who has a super busy schedule. There are lots of things that can pull you from your diet. It might be very convenient to just come home from work and order in takeout from a fast food place, and of course, if you're working a long day, you might not be inclined to hit the gym when you get home.

28 January 2018

Impress Your Date with Your Knowledge of Unique Italian Pasta Dishes


If you are planning on taking a date to an Italian restaurant, then a fun way to make some conversation would be to know a bit about the more esoteric forms of pasta that might be on the menu. This is a fun thing to discuss and will get you talking about the different regions of Italy, which can lead to other topics such as vacations and other fun stuff. So, if you are only familiar with the classic spaghetti and meatballs, then this little primer will help you out.

27 January 2017

3 Things To Consider When Tipping The Pizza Delivery Person


Is there any convenience food more convenient than pizza delivered right to your door? Not only do you not have to cook, you don't even have to venture out of the house. The delivery drivers that bring your pizza make dinnertime so much easier, and it's just good manners to reward them with a tip. But how much should you tip them? A suggested tip for a delivery person is 10% of the order, and up to 15 or 20% if the order is difficult.

20 January 2017

Restaurant Equipment On A Budget: Do You Really Need Everything?


Opening your own restaurant for the first time is quite exciting. You want to snatch up every piece of restaurant equipment you see, even if you might not use it. However, you should not get caught up in your excitement and buy or finance things that will not be worth the cost. This is especially true if you are opening your restaurant on a budget. Here is how to assess your purchases and prevent overspending before you even open your restaurant's doors.

17 January 2017

Eating Fish And Seafood: A Buying Guide For Safe Consumption


The American Heart Association recommends eating at least two servings of fish every week, preferably fatty fish that are high in omega-3 fatty acids. Care should be given to the fish you choose to eat, however. There is a delicate balance between reaping the benefits of consuming fish and seafood, protecting the environment, and avoiding environmental contamination. Here are two things to consider when choosing fish at the market or in a restaurant.

29 December 2016

Getting Acclimated To The Ethiopian Restaurant Experience


Ethnic foods are always a great way to have fun when visiting a restaurant and Ethiopian restaurants are becoming highly popular. Anyone interested in trying one out needs to follow these simple guidelines to get used to it quickly and easily. Typical Ethiopian Foods Ethiopian food comes in many different unique varieties, including: Injera – a major staple of Ethiopian food, it is a type of tangy flatbread that provides a heavy dose of vitamin and minerals and is used to scoop up other foods Berbere – a spicy blend of chiles, ginger, garlic, cardamom, nutmeg, and many other spices: this flavoring is added to a majority of Ethiopian dishes Wat – a stew made out of red onions, lentils, carrots, potatoes, cabbages, and beef: it comes in many different varieties Tibs – think of this dish as a type "

28 December 2016