Should you get the guacamole on your burrito? A price analysis of your favorite foods
Matt Hawkins

My aunt used to tell me when we went to a restaurant looking over the menu: “Imagine what a meal we coould have for this money if we bought the food at the market and cooked ourselves.

We could have oysters and lobster, a rich soup, the best salad ever and a t-bone steak. At 30 or 50 dollars a head.”

I miss her dearly, she left us in 2005 at 95 years of age.

Going out for food is a social or practical consideration, seeing people or just needing something down the esophagus.

I am rarely satisfied with restaurants these days, as a ROI.

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