Showing posts with label restaurants. Show all posts
Showing posts with label restaurants. Show all posts

Saturday, September 26, 2015

The Spotted Horse Tavern and Dining Parlor Makes an Elevated Debut at Evangeline Downs

Evangeline Downs Hotel located in the heart of Louisiana’s Cajun country has 117 luxury rooms and amenities. When it comes to fine foods Evangeline Downs has the best to offer. The newly opened Spotted Horse Tavern and Dining Parlor is one of them. Offering a fine yet casual dining experience, the Spotted Horse is a restaurant that presents an amusing storyline with its menu selections and signature selection of hot sauces.

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Pinkberry Frozen Yogurt Has Arrived in Ontario

Pinkberry, the world famous frozen yogurt brand that originated in Los Angeles, California is now open at Square One Shopping Centre in Mississauga, in partnership with the Maida family of Northern Cultures Inc. We enjoyed tasting the different flavours of Frozen Yogurt at Pinkberry, which is known for its fresh, pure, tasty frozen yogurt served with variety of toppings, and freshly cut fruits.

Saturday, June 1, 2013

The launch of avocado and spinach toppings in Subway sandwiches and salads

Subway restaurants are the world's largest submarine sandwich franchise, with more than 39,000 locations in over 100 countries. Subway Canada introduces seasonal ingredients, avocado and spinach to their line up of sandwich and salad topping for a limited time in over 3000 Subway locations in Canada. 
I was able to attend a Subway Canada location to taste the healthy, delicious addition of avocado and spinach in my favourite Subway tuna sandwich. At the event, I was able to become a sandwich artist and make my own sandwich :)
I like having fresh, healthy options, as meal times become more exciting and satisfying. Subway has added spinach to their regular topping and avocado is available for an additional charge at participating locations. 
Many of us know the nutritional benefits of avocado and spinach. Here is a little reminder, so we can include these seasonal ingredients more in our diet. 
Avocado has soluble fibre that aids in digestion, the monounsaturated fat that raises good HDL-cholesterol and lowers harmful triglycerides, and reduces the risk of heart disease. The Lutein found in avocado helps with eye health. Avocado also has magnesium, potassium, B vitamins and folic acids. Spinach is low in calories and high in magnesium, folate, iron, protein, and omega-3 fatty acids. 
Don't forget to add avocado and spinach to your favourite Subway sandwich next time you go to one of the participating locations, as it is seasonal and only available for a limited time.

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