Restaurant portion sizes have grown larger and larger over recent years. Since it’s not healthy, and near impossible for some, to eat a full rack of ribs, giant serving of fries, dinner rolls, and a serving of veggies the size of a baby’s head in one sitting, a stroke of brilliance created the to-go box. Not only is it better for you to set aside some of that quadruple enchilada combo meal for later, it is also more cost effective. It’s like getting two (or more) meals for the price of one! However, sometimes the food just doesn’t taste as good the second time around. Microwaving leftovers can leave them dry, tough, chewy, or any number of unpleasant adjectives. Here are a few tips to making that meal’s second time around almost as good as the first.
August 24, 2013