Americans love sandwiches. Residents, from Maine to Florida and from Washington State to southern California, consume around 300 million sandwiches each day. In fact, sandwiches (including hamburgers) account for around half of all restaurant sales. It's not difficult to see why sandwiches are so popular. They are affordable, easy to eat and/or carry away, and often include multiple flavors in each bite. However, some sandwiches are more popular than others. Below are the most commonly-ordered sandwiches in the U.
21 December 2016
You've probably heard the axiom that you should never order a steak well-done, but do you know why that is? The reason often given is that it's insulting to the chef, because cooking the steak so thoroughly detracts from the flavor of the meat. But the steak is being cooked for you, not the chef, so if you like it well done, why worry about it? Take a look at a few other reasons why a well-done steak might not be the best choice, and why maybe you should think about giving medium-rare a try.
21 December 2016
Opting for a healthier lifestyle does not necessarily mean you have to give up on the foods you love. If you love pizza, there are healthier ordering choices that you can make at your local pizzeria and still be able to enjoy it. Here are some easy changes you can make to your order to eat healthier while still eating pizza. Add more vegetables. Your favorite pizza probably has vegetables on it anyway, but if you want to eat healthier, add more.
16 December 2016
If you feel like your pizza routine is getting a little dull, mix things up with some seasonal produce this winter. Here are three great and affordable winter vegetables that can taste really great when prepared correctly on your pizza. #1 Beets Beets are too often relegated to being a side dish to big dinners, like Thanksgivings, or used as a simple salad topping. However, beets can add a dash of flavor and texture to your pizza, and they are really affordable to purchase during the winter time.
15 December 2016
Peru's cuisine is as diverse as its topography. With the Pacific Ocean on its western border, the Andes Mountains running its length, and the Amazon Rain Forest in southeast, the varied climate and biodiversity provide much to eat. Peru has a multiethnic culture, with influences from American Indians, Spain, and elsewhere in Europe, Africa, and Asia. This is also reflected in their cuisine. Here's a primer of what kind of dishes to expect when visiting a Peruvian restaurant like Inka Grill.
5 December 2016