At least according to Yelp, the best food in America is, generally, Food You Can Afford. And a lot of it can be found on or near the west coast.
During a financially precarious time in my life, I not only ate the same kind of sandwich at my temp job every day, I kept a loaf of sliced bread and a package of cheese in the office kitchen so that I would never have a reason—or excuse—to visit the office cafeteria.
What would you save by trying the Dry January thing? Would it be worth it?
The first and last item in a category on the menu sell the best.
Taco Bell is going to give me my next Doritos Locos Taco for free. And yours, too.
A couple of weeks ago, I opened a letter from my mom to find a $10 Trader Joe’s gift card nestled inside. I was touched, grateful, and excited about the possibilities—the same way I would have reacted to an Anthropologie or Sephora gift card in the past. In my mom’s note, she wrote, “Buy something decadent.” I’d been good-naturedly complaining about the amount of oatmeal I’d been eating.
You must, must, must read the back-and-forth between the pompous, aggrieved Edelman and the polite small business owner.
Not everyone has the luxury about worrying about the comfort of chickens.