Worried about gaining unwanted weight from high calorie foods?
This cool little tool allows you to sort through hundreds of restaurant chain menus so you can always keep your weight gain to a minimum. Some of the features are really neat and I can even embed it in TowerOfEnglish.com and it works great.
-Track calories from all your favorite restaurants
- Easily sort and add menu items to your cart and calculate totals for your meals
- Click FULL SCREEN and it’s very easy to see if you have bad eyes
- Print out your customized menu items
- Share this tool easily with your friends or post it on your schools blog for students to see.
Get 3 meals for yourself from 3 different restaurants. You cannot eat 2 meals at the same restaurant so you must print out the different restaurant menus. The catch is you cannot exceed 2000 calories for all meals combined.
AllRecipes.com: The Recipe Network
Feeling hungry? Here's a fantastic site to practice your reading and learn some great new recipes. At this easy-to-use site you can...
-Find hundreds of recipes for chicken, pasta, soup, bread, cookies, and lots more! (Use the icons at the bottom of the page.)
-Print out recipes to make recipe cards.
-Use a glossary if you're not sure about some of the ingredients.
-Use the U.S. standard or metric measurements.
-Send in your own recipe or request a special recipe (Recipe Exchange).
-Read some advice about how to cook (Hints).
Create a class cookbook. Write 2 or 3 of your favorite recipes from your country. Use the recipes on this site as an example. Collect all of the recipes in your class and put them together to make your class cookbook. Now for the fun part! Try cooking some of the recipes and sharing them with your friends!
Healthy Dining Quiz
Are you a healthy eater? When you go to a restaurant, do you try to eat low-fat dishes? Sometimes it's hard to know if a certain kind of food is healthy or not. At this site, you can take a quiz to find out how much you know, and maybe learn some new things, too! You can't click on an answer with this quiz. Just guess the answer, and then click on NEXT to find the correct answer.
Keep a food diary for one week. Write down everything that you eat everyday. At the end of the week, look at the diary and decide if you're a healthy eater. Write a few ideas about how you could improve your diet!
Can you name the 5 parts of a plant? How many parts can you eat? Actually, you can eat all of them! At this site, you can make a salad out of all the parts of different plants! First, click on one of the plant parts at the top of the page. Then, try to guess which part it is by clicking on the name.
Try to make your own salad with plant parts. Use this guide to help you find some delicious plants for your salad.
This is a very interesting site written by a person who wants to visit every Denny's restaurant in the world! Each entry includes the name and address of the restaurant, who he was eating with, the name of the waitperson, what they ate, and a review of the restaurant.
Make your own Restaurant Journal! Keep a record of each restaurant you visit in the next 2 weeks. Be sure to write the information above (name, address, etc.). Your review can include what you thought about the food, the service, the atmosphere, the prices, or any other thoughts you have about the restaurant.
A Tea Time Reader
Do you drink tea? Tea is a very popular drink in many countries. At this site, you'll find some short stories and poems about tea or about drinking tea.
What's your favorite drink? How often do you drink it? How does it make you feel? Do you have a special memory that is related to your favorite drink? Write a short story or poem about it and share it with your classmates.
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