Personal Note from Sora
Recently, I was invited by a colleague to attend a luncheon at the Hard Rock Cafe located right in the middle of Times Square.
After doing some research I found out that Hard Rock Cafe International is a chain of theme restaurants which was created by Isaac Tigrett and Peter Morton in London in 1979. In 2007, New York’s Hard Rock Cafe opened keeping in tradition with its rock and roll memorabilia and the rest is history.
So here’s what was served…
Then for the main dish they served Chicken and Brown Rice Pasta with Mixed Vegetables…
And for dessert, yum, yum, they served a Tiramisu in a brown and vanilla chocolate cup with whipped cream and mixed fresh berries!
It was a very fun lunch and if you are in The Times Square area you might want to check it out!
In Make Peace with Food,
Food and Culture
May 11th is Eat What You Want Day!
OK. Please excuse this shameless self-promotion but so yeah!!! May 11th is Eat What You Want Day!
I’m so ecstatic that this day was created because it promotes all that I believe in as a No Diet, Weight-Loss Coach. I believe that all food is equal and that only reason that some folks label their foods “good” food and “bad” food(except of course if they have a medical condition where restriction is part of the problem’s management) is that “good” food is what one believes that they can eat and stop themselves when they decide and that “bad” food is food that one feels that they can’t stop eating when they decide but rather when the food decides.
However, the two eat and stop yourself no diet, techniques in Sora’s Weight Loss “Management” Program let you have enough of food that you want and always be able to eat and stop stop yourself.
So yes, now you CAN eat what you want and STOP when you want
And so that’s why May 11th is such an important day to me!
Bite Size Fun Food News
May 13th is National Hummus Day
So what I discovered is that International Hummus Day is pretty much a new holiday. It was started in 2012 by a young entrepreneur named Ben Lang. Ben’s goal was to create a holiday around a food that could bring together people from all around the world in particular the Middle East.
Keeping that in mind, it was interesting to learn that Hummus is a Levantine and Egyptian dip food or spread that is made from cooked, mashed chickpeas or other beans and then blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic.
That with chickpeas as its main ingredient, that it has large amounts of fiber, protein, B vitamins and manganese.
Also that in 2006 Hummus was in 12 percent of American households and that by 2009 that number went up to 17 percent. It’s been said that this has been a direct result of American’s willingness to embrace new ethnic and exotic foods.
So the next time, you see Hummus on your supermarket’s shelf and you haven’t tried it yet, you might want to!!!
So if you have any questions about how to eat what you want, stop when you want and become forever thin and healthy all without having to diet then clickHERE to learn more.
In Make Peace with Food,
May 2017 Make Peace with Food Newsletter