In the Town-Crier of Nov. 1, two essays are directly or indirectly related to food. Lynette Laufenberg discusses how to prepare a healthier Thanksgiving meal. A page earlier, Deborah Welky praises McDonald’s, the fast food giant that leads children through toys and Ronald McDonald into unhealthy eating, as a model for the postal service. What a contrast.
Instead of junk food at McDonald’s, readers might try the restaurant at Sunsport Gardens in Loxahatchee Groves, which always offers delicious, healthful foods. There are always low fat/low carb and vegetarian options, a large selection of fresh vegetables, and homemade soups not loaded with salt. Transfats are never used in preparing food. Salmon is always wild. The restaurant is open daily except Wednesday for lunch and dinner. Diners can dress or undress as they wish since clothing is optional at the restaurant.
Morley Schloss, Loxahatchee Groves
Editor’s notes: 1. Mr. Schloss is the owner of Sunsport Gardens. 2. Deborah Welky’s column, the Sonic Boomer, is a humor column. Readers who choose to take her advice seriously do so at their own risk.