In this day and age, having a food allergy does not mean that you are stuck preparing all of your own food and only eating in your own home. More and more restaurants are taking steps to accommodate customers with food allergies, and there is a good chance that you can find several restaurants in your area where you can dine safely. Use the following tips when you have a food allergy and will be dining out for a meal:
17 December 2016
When your plans fall through and you find yourself home alone on a cold weekend night in the winter, you might feel like treating yourself to a little something special. After all, it's the end of the work week, and there's nobody else around who you have to compromise with or answer to. But when you're not used to self-indulgence, it can be hard to know where to start. Here are a few suggestions.
15 December 2016
Going out to eat can be difficult if you are on a diet and are trying to watch your calorie intake. Some ethnic restaurants, such as an Italian restaurant, are even more difficult for the dieter to find something to eat that won't blow their entire day's caloric allotment on one plate of pasta. A Chinese restaurant can be a very good choice if you are trying to eat healthier. Additionally, most restaurants offer convenient Chinese food delivery, which is perfect for those times when you are starving or short on time and would otherwise succumb to unhealthy, fattening fast food.
12 December 2016
Pizza is a classic, tried and true Italian dish. While the usual topping combinations are delicious and sure to please your taste buds, the old standbys of pepperoni, sausage and peppers, and cheese are not always the healthiest options. With so many food allergies showing up in the population, especially in children, healthier options are becoming more available. Many Americans are also turning to specific diets for weight loss and other health benefits.
15 January 2016
Pizza is a universal food served and loved all over the world. Each country takes pizza and adds a bit of cultural flair that makes the pizza unique to that country. You won't find these pizzas in restaurants in the U.S. unless you make them yourself. Do any of these interesting pizzas from around the world sound appetizing to you? Grand Prix: Korea Mr. Pizza in Korea makes the Grand Prix, a pizza that has everything but the kitchen sink.
9 January 2015