Splitting Dinners at Restaurants

Do you ever get disgusted with the large portions of food you get when eating in a restaurant? Yet you don't want to take a doggie bag home? And sometimes you end up eating more than you planned, not because you were hungry, but because it's there. Here's what I do, many times my husband orders a prime rib which is usually a larger piece of protein than any one needs at one sitting.

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It comes with rice or potato. I order a large salad with an extra plate and share the salad with my hubby. He in turn shares his prime rib and rice or potato with me. It's less expensive, we don't overeat and there are no leftovers. Happy eating.

By Joesgirl

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