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Classic Sandwiches You May See On A Restaurant Menu

Most items on restaurant menus are listed with a description. Sometimes, though, you might see some sandwiches listed without a lot of details. Usually, this is because these sandwiches are classics, and the menu writers assume that anyone reading the menu will know what the sandwiches are. But if you're not a sandwich enthusiast, you might be confused. That's where this article will be helpful. Here's a look at some classic sandwiches and what each one contains. Read More 

Unique Chinese Dishes That Will Expand Your Palate

Chinese food has a wide variety of flavors and tastes. There are a few classic, popular dishes are delicious and are certainly worth enjoying, like chow mein or orange chicken. However, if you want to expand your palate and experience more of the breadth of Chinese cuisine, there are a couple of more unique dishes worth trying when you see them on a menu. Chow Fun This noodle dish is a good one to try if you're used to ordering lo mein, but want something a little different. Read More 

Why Hire A BBQ Event Catering Service For Your Business Event

BBQ is one of the most popular types of cuisine in America, with around 75% of Americans owning a grill in the US. When doing a business event, you want to cater to the different taste preferences of your attendees, and going the BBQ route is the best way to do it; here's why. You can "meat" the needs of all your attendees Do you have attendees who don't eat meat? Read More 

Reasons To Open An Organic Food Restaurant

The food industry, the restaurant industry in particular, is fickle. You want the best for your patrons, but you also want to be part of an industry that serves the public in a unique way. Opening an organic food restaurant can be beneficial to you and a welcome niche for your community. Here are reasons to consider opening an organic food restaurant in your area. You can buy organic food locally Read More 

How To Eat Pizza When You’re On A Wheat Flour-Restricted Diet

Enjoying pizza is something that most people do on a regular basis, but it's not so easy when you're not able to eat wheat flour. There's plenty of good reasons for not eating flour, like if you have a gluten intolerance or allergy or you're on a restricted diet to lose weight. But does that mean you have to give up your pizza forever? Hardly! These days, there are plenty of options for people who want to eat pizza even if they can't eat traditional crusts. Read More