Essay on fast food chains

We asked James Briscione, the director of culinary development at the Institute of Culinary Education in New York, to prove it by preparing some examples of a day’s worth of home-cooked meals totaling about 2,000 calories, everything included. You can see the delectable results. It’s worth noting that you can just as easily stay under 2,000 calories with a simpler daily menu that includes, say, Cheerios, soup, a roll, a yogurt snack, fajitas, rice and beans, a salad, dessert and beverages. Such a menu may take more than time than fast food — which is why restaurant meals can be so appealing for time-stretched lower-income families. But the cost itself doesn’t need to be a barrier: Home-cooked meals are often cheaper than even fast food.

Essay on fast food chains

essay on fast food chains

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