Yes, local restaurants are great, but what if you are not a local and just traveling on the road.
The ancient Greek philosopher Pythagoras is best known today for his mathematical theorem, which haunts the dreams of many geometry students, but for centuries he also was celebrated as the Father of Vegetarianism.
I can’t count the amount of times I have dropped fruit and vegetables on the floor and they inevitably roll under tables, across the kitchen floor, under the refrigerator, and finally land in the living room.
A lot of fathers are going out to eat this year – around 50 million according to the National Restaurant Association, but as I’ve said before, Mother’s Day is the number one dining-out day of the year at 90 million.
The U.S. harvested about 9.9 billion pounds of commercial fish and shellfish landings in 2017 and 633 million pounds from aquaculture in 2016, making the U.S. the fifth leading producer of seafood in the world.
So what’s the big deal? Here’s the big deal. Most people think milk chocolate is the only chocolate in town. The most popular chocolate in America is Hershey’s and Ghirardelli’s milk chocolate. There is a lot more chocolate that meets the tongue that doesn’t have sugar and milk in it.