When you order food at a restaurant, where you move down the line to select your meal ingredients, do you ever wonder just how fresh that food is?
Oh, sure the metal containers of chopped vegetables and meats are replenished throughout the day as supplies run low. That’s a comforting thought.
- How far in advance has that beef or chicken been cooked?
- Was it freshly grilled or fried?
- How long did that food spend under a heat lamp?
I don’t know about you, but I have experienced cubes of meat that were crisp and less tender around the edges – a definite by-product of heat lamp exposure. Kind of like too long in a tanning bed.
You shouldn’t settle for pre-cooked meats and toppings that have been sitting ready, sometimes hours before you walk through the door.
The old adage is “Good things are worth waiting for”, and this is certainly the case in being able to walk into a fast food restaurant, order what you want and know that it is then, cooked to order.
Now, wouldn’t you rather eat something fresh and Freakin’ Feisty Fantastic?