Dinner: it’s one of the world’s favorite meals of the day. According to research, 43 percent of families in the U.S. eat dinner together every evening. Americans eat out approximately 1.4 times per week. When Americans do leave the house for a professionally prepared meal, they tend to visit Italian, Mexican, Chinese, Pizza, and Thai restaurants most often. So how do our dinner eating habits compare to the rest of the world? You might be surprised to learn about some of the differences. In Nepal, for example, many people eat while sitting on the floor in a meditating position. In France, dinner can often be served as late as 10 P.M. In Spain, the meal served in the evening is often lighter than other meals eaten during the day. The following infographic outlines how dinner is prepared, served, and consumed in other parts of the world.
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