Eating Out

August 2001 Issue

"On the Side" Secrets

Ordering salad dressings and sauces "on the side" when dining out is standard advice for waist watchers and calorie counters. But donít make the mistake of eating the entire serving of dressing or sauce given to you. Eating establishments are typically heavy-handed when dishing out dressings and sauces "on the side." Weíve learned that restaurant wait staff is often instructed to serve more dressing than they would ordinarily put on a salad, so the restaurant wonít look stingy. In ENís own

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