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Monday, August 26, 2013

Dig Inn

Sometimes you want a healthy, well rounded meal but don't want the hassle of cooking.  Having each of the main categories (meat, starch, and vegetable) represented on the plate is what signifies supper to me, but sometimes I just don't have the energy to put the whole meal together.  Take out is a great option, but it doesn't usually result in that type of well rounded meal you would make yourself.  When you want clean eating that is a true replacement for a home cooked meal, Dig Inn is a great resource.

If you're looking for healthy, this is the place.  They try to go local as often as possible and nothing is processed.  They change the menu up seasonally, but you can usually expect the following:

  1. Start with a base of either fresh, raw spinach or un-fried veggie rice
  2. Add a protein: I went with the shredded lemon chicken (yum), but they also have beef, meatballs, salmon salad, turkey, and tofu
  3. Add three sides: these get updated based on time of year.  I went with a whole grain summer pasta salad, broccoli with quinoa, and my top pick, waldorf slaw (cabbage with blue cheese and apple).
It's definitely clean eating, but you don't really feel like you're sacrificing flavor.  Not that there's anything wrong with turning to greasy Chinese or heavy burgers when you don't feel like cooking; but when you're in the mood to eat something that wouldn't make your mother cringe, this is a great option.

Sorry, no pics...oops.

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