Whether you're choking on your Dollar-Menu McNuggets -- or your neighbor is gagging on what Michele Bachmann said on FOX News today -- a restaurant-quality choking poster can come in super-handy!
I'm always bothered that the flavor profiles of fast food in this country seem to hinge on three factors: salt, sugar and fat. That explains why after the last swallow, no matter whether it is tacos or pizza or hamburgers, or where you eat them, the food generally tastes the same.
Our culture is stuck in the '50s when it comes to feeding the family. It's still her job, even if it now means picking up a pizza, or microwaving frozen concoctions that taste like the cartons they come in.
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A perfect Panda Express wine pairing does exist. These are the best wines to pair with your favorite fast food menu items.
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I worked on a film in the beautiful Czech Republic where one day we got "tripe" as an offering from our caterer. It turned out tripe is made of the stomach lining of cows, pigs and who knows what else. Suffice it to say, the American crew revolted. Does this mean that tripe is not a good soup and cannot be enjoyed?
Maintaining the presence of fast food, soft drink, and junk food companies in public schools sends all the wrong messages to children. These companies are eager to sell their products in schools because they want to get kids hooked at an early age, to ensure brand loyalty for life.
Five states looking to snag millions of U.S. taxpayer dollars to inspect horse meat plants may want to rethink their plans in light of a precipitous drop in demand.
Last week, in what is yet another example of Big Food's symbiotic relationship with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, McDonald's Director of Nutrition spoke to her fellow colleagues at the Utah Dietetic Association meeting about the chain's new "healthy initiatives."
Food-truck grazing is a great, casual, and often inexpensive way to dine, but it's not a free-for-all. Food-truck vendors are small business owners, and following certain rules when patronizing them makes everybody's experience more enjoyable.
Fast food restaurants aren't able to tout strong nutritional value or low fat in their burgers, burritos and shakes. So they're hoping by saying their food is fresh you'll falsely assume it's healthy. As if our country's obesity epidemic has been caused by people splurging on frozen foods.
McDonald's workers across the country are demanding that the company take responsibility for the working conditions it puts in place, and begin paying workers a living wage.
Recently, a Federal court ordered thousands of dollars paid to a man who sued after being stuck for a half an hour on the "It's a Small World" ride at Disneyland in 2009.
As a nutritionist advocating for healthy choices and educating families on nutrition and healthy eating, here are six things you can do when taking youngsters out to eat in a restaurant.
Big flaws in the bill will mean that many low-wage workers will be forced to choose between paying huge chunks of their income on premiums or on a penalty that leaves them with no coverage at all. Reformers should take note and get ready for the coming struggle.
The average toddler sees nearly three fast-food advertisements every day. And research shows that children younger than eight years old are not capable of understanding the intent of advertising and typically accept claims as fact. Television and print are only part of the problem.