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As a catchall this certainly will be appropriate to put here but I wonder if a forum specific to the internet would be even more appropriate? Just a thought.
40 years in food service and I’m certainly a foodie. The internet is a great source for foodies, whether it’s recipes, information about food (Consumer Reports has a section devoted to foods), or coupons/restaurant apps.
I have discovered restaurant apps. I live alone and although I love to cook, cooking for one can be more chore than pleasure at times. I have found that cooking multiple servings at one time somewhat helps with that; serving up one portion and putting the rest in the fridge or the freezer, still I find myself saying to hell with it and hitting the bricks for something from one of the (few) local restaurants.
That is where the apps come in. Whether it’s a full service restaurant such as Chili’s or Olive Garden, or fast food such as McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Wendy’s, there are lots of apps you can download to your smart phone and/or your PC/tablet. As an example, McDonald’s has a coupon on their mobile app; buy $10.00 get 3.00 off. They run that particular coupon every day until the end of the year. Wendy’s has some great salads with substantial discounts. Sonic always has specials going. Today it’s their hot dogs for a buck apiece.
You don’t have to print the coupons out, the restaurant either scans them or, like Wendy’s, inputs the number of your coupon into their register.
You shouldn’t eat out every day or probably as much as I do, but if you do, there’s an app for that.
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