Yet another burger restaurant opened up in Boca Raton a few months back, called Boardwalk Fresh Burgers and Fries. I decided to check it out the other day, and I must say, it’s a pretty good place. If you’ve ever been to a Five Guys Burgers and Fries you’ll feel somewhat familiar at Boardwalk, as they are remotely similar. While Five Guys is rather bare bones on the inside, Boardwalk is a bright and colorful place with a nice atmosphere.
If you’ve never been to the Golden Corral, you’re missing out on a true symbol of American hospitality. Where else can you find row upon row of hot, steamy, fried, greasy, starchy comfort foods all waiting to be devoured in limitless quantities?
When talking about unhealthy eating, it’s difficult to top Five Guys Burgers and Fries. This burger chain is known for their fresh ingredients, simple menu and fatty juicy greasy calorie-laden burgers and fries.
Eating doesn’t need to be complicated. In a new 139-page book on what we should eat and how we should eat it, author Michael Pollan challenges us to do what we all know we should do: eat clean, healthy food in its natural form.
A few days ago I reviewed a documentary titled King Corn, which was an investigative report on the secret side of corn farming in the United States. This post is a follow-up to the last, sparked by my curiosity to understand how a simple crop such as corn could be exploited by large corporations to the point of adding to the current obesity epidemic.
Want to see a great film about the origin of a major part of our food supply? Check out King Corn. This documentary begins with a simple proposition: let’s follow the yield from one acre of corn from the farm to our stomach.