Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. For lunch I usually eat a turkey sandwich with mustard and now make sure that I eat fat free cheese to help with my dairy intake for the day. With my sandwich I eat a vegetable such as broccoli or carrots. I try to eat more fruits throughout the day than I did in the past, such as bananas, pineapple, watermelon, and have recently tried cherries and have become addicted to them. I will eat a whole bag in one sitting.
Cooking your meal and eating at home is cheaper than going out to restaurants or even fast-food places. What two people spend on a dinner at a decent restaurant is almost enough to buy groceries for a whole week. The cost of a hamburger can’t be more than 2 dollars: one lettuce leaf, some ground beef and two slices of bread. For $20 worth of groceries a family of three could make a pot of soup that may be enough for them 5 to 6 days. To make two portions of rib eye steak with creamy mash potatoes will cost you somewhere around 10 to 12 dollars, depending on the quality of the meat.
The Greeks usually eat three meals a day. The first meal of the day is Breakfast. A typical Greek breakfast consists of a piece of bread, some goat milk and strong Turkish coffee. The Greeks do not eat a large breakfast typically. Their next meal of the day is Lunch it is usually eaten around twelve to two pm.
I have greasy clothes to prove it. Cooking at hutchs is a fun experience and a good responsibility to learn. To begin getting prepared you need to do the following: First, in the morning when you first come in you have to have the breakfast ready to serve at 9:00. I take 2 egg cartons from the walk in and get them out, because the customers eat a lot of eggs during breakfast. The second thing that I always do is get all the meat products out, so they can get thawed out on time.
Korean cafeterias sell ordinary lunches which contain cooked rice, soup and different side dishes every day. Similarly, American cafeterias sell sandwiches, hamburgers, pasta, and even coffee for breakfast and snack. These cafeterias help students who does not have time to eat breakfast to energize. Secondly, both schools have many extracurricular activities. For instance, Korean students can take sport clubs like swimming, tennis, and soccer, where students can improve their health.
10/11/13 Today was an uneventful day. I woke up around 11:30 am and was extremely hungry. I went to the kitchen and made myself a cheese sandwich and tea. That was enough to fill me up for the morning. I began to think of what else if could do before I started my laundry list of homework that needed to get done over this “mini vacation.” I decided I was going to clean downstairs and my room.
Everyone sitting around me has the option to purchase a healthy meal because that’s what our cafeteria mainly serves, but mostly all chose to leave school grounds and purchase something absolutely unhealthy. I believe the problem here is that these people didn’t have the healthy option growing up. I remember when I attended River Grove school as a child and all the school served was fast food. Monday’s- Ravioli with marinara sauce Tuesday’s- Taco Bell Wednesday’s- Mc Donald’s Thursday’s- Dominos Friday’s- Chicken noodle soup Along with all of this we even had a snack bar filled with ice cream, cookies, chips and many other fatty options. There were even parents selling cupcakes every Thursday to help raise money for student council and school dances.
It is so convenient to go through a McDonald’s drive-thru and grab a burger or to stop by a store and grab a bag of chips. There are even those people who skip meals because of their busy schedules. Are there more women that cook for their families than men? Is there an association between age and cooking frequency? Does working full-time affect how often you cook?
Survey of Fast Food Restaurants in Sunway Area Name: Age: Gender: Male Female 1) Which fast food restaurant is your preference? KFC Texas Chicken McDonald's Subway Pizza Hut Burger King Nando's Carl's Jr 2) How often do you visit a fast food restaurant? Not often (once a week) Often (twice a week) Very Often (everyday) 3) Do you prefer ordering ala carte meal or set meal? Ala carte Set 4) Which fast food is your favorite? Pizza Burger Fries Fried chicken Sandwich 5) What is your reason for going to a fast food restaurant each time?
People have two options to accomplish their pasta desire: eating at a restaurant, like Olive Garden, or eating at home. If people eat at Olive Garden, they will spend close to $12: nine dollars for the dish, two dollars for tips and about one dollar for taxes. On the other hand, if they cook their own meal, they will spend under eight dollars: less than two dollars for pasta, three dollars for sauce and less than three dollars for salt, olive oil and cheese. A savings of four dollars! This simple example shows that by the end of the month people will have a huge different in their spending.