Lately I’ve noticed one question that’s asked by nearly all waiters. It’s just six words, but they speak volumes about how we, as a society, think about food. It’s a phrase so common you probably haven’t even given it a moment’s thought. But it’s also so common that it’s probably also affected your perception of food, whether or not you realize it.
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The rise in obesity in this country is directly linked to the increased frequency of eating out, and the increased frequency of eating processed foods.
CPK is a big restaurant with a big menu, so I’m splitting this review up into two parts: This week, I’ll cover their healthier choices in Appetizers, Soups, and Salads.
I’ll be the first to admit, it’s actually fairly easy NOT to go overboard on calories at Corner Bakery. Unfortunately, though, limiting the sodium is going to be quite a challenge. Indeed, many of the “worst” offenders made in on the red list only because of the astronomical sodium content.
Corner Bakery Cafe is one of those chains that appears in quite a few airports, where dining options are often limited.
A friend recently emailed me for advice on how to determine which foods are more healthful than others. Great question! Here’s where I start the process…
Cosi’s bread — unlike every other restaurant I’ve reviewed so far — is impressively low in sodium.
Depending on what you order, Sushi can be a healthful and satisfying meal or it can be a calorie-dense feeding frenzy of fat and sodium.