EN on Foods
November 2009 Issue
A Night on the Town: A Look at Family Restaurant Entrees
There are those of us who save eating out for special occasions—perhaps dining out only a few times a year, at which time we look forward to a more extravagant meal than usual. And then there are those of us who find ourselves enjoying a restaurant meal once or twice a week, or more. If you find yourself in the latter group, choosing the higher fat- and sodium-containing meals more often than not is not the best idea for your health or your waistline. To help you narrow down the vast choices restaurants offer, we’ve scoured several family-style restaurant menus to get the low-down on just what you’re getting when you order.
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