It’s important that growing children eat healthy, and around 32 million children in the U.S. eat cafeteria food every weekday. With the rise in childhood obesity, those cafeteria lunches have come under scrutiny, as most of these students consume over half their daily calories at school.
With that in mind, Sweetgreen — a chain of salad restaurants that runs a Sweetgreen in Schools program to educate kids about healthy eating, fitness, and sustainability — shed light on what constitutes a quality lunch by taking a look at typical school lunches around the world.
They hope to spark a conversation that will make an impact, connect kids to “real food,” and change the way future generations eat.
If you've ever had a cookie and a glass of milk and thought, "If only there was some way to combine the two into one delicious drinkable vessel!" then The Dirty Cookie is just the place for you.
If you watched Saved By the Bell in the '90s, you know there were a few times when you wished you could pop over to The Max and hang with the crew, maybe even bust out one of those choreographed numbers.
The thing about the Internet is that you can say anything you would like in forums, social media, and review sites like Yelp. But as one woman quickly learned, those in glass houses shouldn’t crap their pants in public — allegedly, we should add.
Let's start at the beginning. One reviewer — Emma C — had a night out at Nick's Riverside Grill in Washington D.C. and wasn't a satisfied customer.
When This Breastfeeding Mom Went Out For Breakfast, a Kind Stranger Reached Out In an Incredible Way
No matter how old your kids are, going out to eat can be a challenge, even more so when you have a baby who you’re breastfeeding.
Just ask New Zealand mom Briar Lusia Mcqueen, who was out for breakfast alone with her 8-week-old son Jaxon for the first time since giving birth.
We don't know who this girl is, and while she's clearly not gifted behind the grill, she certainly knows how to make the best of a bad situation...by broadcasting it on Snapchat.
YouTube user Kusala recently started living with her grandma, and as is the case with most roommates, you end up learning things about them along the way.
For instance, their strengths and weaknesses when it comes to food, among other things.
As this hilariously honest voicemail proves, Kusala’s grandma has a sweet tooth and also a conscience…
Pinterest is a great place to find delicious sounding, beautiful looking recipes that you ambitiously pin in hopes that along with printing it out, you will somehow magically print out culinary skills that you’ve never possessed in your life.
Then again, maybe that’s just me. Well, maybe that’s just me and these 23 people who lean more towards disaster than delicious.