Eating Out with Kids

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Eating Out with Kids

Hi. My name is Laurie Taylor. My husband Max and I have four children all under the age of twelve. One of the things we enjoy doing as a family is having a night out eating at a restaurant. You are probably thinking, "They enjoy eating at restaurants with four young children?" Yes, it can prove to be a challenge at times, but for the most part we have found ways to keep the children happy, and we all have a great time. There have been many times when other patrons have come up to us and comment on how well behaved our children are. I would like to share some of the ways we make eating out as a family an enjoyable experience for all. From toddler to Daddy, everyone has a lovely evening.


4 Things To Try At A Customized Pizza Restaurant

Pizza may have been invented in Italy, but it has become an American staple. Cheese and pepperoni pizzas are classic crowd-pleasers, but you may find yourself wanting to branch out. Pizza can be incredibly versatile. Its flavors can be changed with a few simple adjustments. At a customized pizza restaurant, you can build a pizza from scratch, tailoring it to include all your favorite flavors. Here are four things you can try at a customized pizza restaurant:

1. Try a new type of pizza sauce.

Pizza is usually made with tomato sauce that lends it a zesty, acidic flavor. However, changing up the sauce in your pizza can drastically alter the outcome. White sauce can be used to make any pizza instantly creamier. Barbecue sauce is a popular choice for pizzas topped with chicken and red onions. Some people even like pesto sauce on their pizza. If you've never tried anything but tomato sauce before, you can try something new by picking a new type of sauce for your next order.

2. Choose your cheese with care.

Rich, melted cheese is one of the biggest draws of pizza. Pizza is typically made with mozzarella cheese, but it can also be made with asiago, gouda, feta, and other flavorful cheeses. People who enjoy salty, nutty cheeses can order a pizza topped with asiago. Feta can lend a distinctive Greek flavor to pizzas, and gouda is creamy and enjoyable. If you're a big fan of cheese, you can even order a customized pizza with multiple types of cheese.

3. Pick toppings that harmonize with each other.

At a customized pizza restaurant, you can choose any toppings that you desire. However, you should consider the way the flavors of various toppings will interact with one another. Try to choose toppings that will create a harmonious taste. For example, olives and mushrooms pair well together, and many people enjoy the combination of Canadian bacon and pineapple. Many customized pizza restaurants offer house specials that come with predetermined toppings, which can give you ideas.

4. Order a full pie to take home.

Many customized pizza restaurants sell pizza by the slice. A single slice of pizza may be a good choice for a quick lunch, but a whole pizza pie will give you the full flavor experience. Order a customized pizza to take home to your family. If you live alone, you can save the leftovers to eat the next day.