New Yorkers, are you looking for an affordable American food option to add into your lunch rotation or just craving a burger and fries or onion rings with mac n cheese? Then Schnippers may be what you’re looking for.
We love sweetgreen, too, but admittedly their salads can get pricey. If you’ve been to sweetgreen more than a few times, you’ve probably spent anywhere from $12-15. Not me. Rarely do I hit double digits, usually pay in the range of $8-9 and it’s filled to the brim.
Sweetgreen uses fresh locally sourced ingredients in all of their salads, making each bite crisp and delicious. One of Sweetgreens most popular salads, the Harvest Bowl, is a hearty salad that offers a nice combination of warm protein and fresh crisp toppings.
When sweetgreen removed Sriracha (and bacon) from their menu in mid-2016, it caused a stir with even their most diehard fans, but the bigger picture was that sweetgreen was doing right by their values.
Coupled with spicy Thai curries, rice dishes or noodles, Thai Iced Tea is the staple dessert drink that helps to soothe the heat that come from the traditional crushed spices, red and green chiles and fish sauce that can make Thai cuisine so spicy.
There’s a few common things that makes holiday events similar to one another. Usually, there’s the gathering of friends and family. Another common point is also a big differentiation and that’s the type of food that’s consumed during those holidays.
Despite a pre-diabetes diagnosis in 2009 and spending over a decade in California, if you had suggested that I have salad for a meal even three years ago, I would have scoffed at you and ended our friendship.