article New research from Oxford University has found that Americans’ dining habits have become increasingly American.
The research, published in the International Journal of Hospitality Management, found that in 2014, Americans ate at an average of five different restaurants per day, and that eating out more than doubled from 2008 to 2015.
The average number of restaurants per restaurant doubled, and Americans are now eating out at two restaurants a day.
While this may seem like a lot, according to the Oxford University study, the average meal is only a quarter of what it was five years ago, and in the past decade, the number of Americans eating out has dropped by 20%.
What’s more, the report notes that the trend towards eating out is even more pronounced in the East Coast, with the proportion of Americans in metropolitan areas eating out falling from 25% in 2011 to 22% in 2015.
In other words, Americans are eating out less and less at the same time.
The authors of the study also found that the share of Americans dining out has increased, but it’s been declining for a long time.
Americans have been eating out for more than 50 years, and the average American’s dining out habit is not a modern innovation.
In fact, the first Americans to eat out were farmers who brought fresh food from far away.
The study notes that food was a staple of their lives and they would share it with their neighbours.
However, as the number and variety of restaurants grew, so did the number who were likely to be obese and/or overweight.
This is because eating out made it possible for people to meet other people, and to be seen as attractive to the opposite sex.
It also meant that people could travel to other parts of the country to meet up and socialise with friends.
It’s not surprising, then, that the number is at an all-time high.
“Our data suggests that Americans are spending more time in restaurants than ever before, but they are eating a much smaller share of their meals at restaurants than they have in the last 25 years,” said Dr Jennifer Ettelhuber, the lead author of the research.
She added that the study is important because it shows that Americans do eat out less, but the increase in the number does not appear to be due to the increasing popularity of restaurants. “
This is not only a trend, it is also a symptom of an obesity epidemic.”
She added that the study is important because it shows that Americans do eat out less, but the increase in the number does not appear to be due to the increasing popularity of restaurants.
Dr Ettlehuber said that while the proportion is increasing, it’s not due to eating out.
“Americans are eating more at restaurants but they aren’t eating more than they did before,” she said.
“So while the increase is welcome, it may be due more to the increase of restaurants than to increased eating out.”
Dr Eattelhuberg said that there is an issue with the way Americans define food, and it’s becoming harder to define the food that we want.
For example, many Americans consider a salad to be a salad.
However if you’re a chef, you may think of it as a salad and not a salad as a meal.
So it’s an issue for restaurants as well.
The American diet has evolved, but there is no way to predict exactly how Americans will consume food over the next few decades.
This study is not the first to examine Americans’ eating habits, but Dr Eittelhuberger’s research is unique in that it focuses on a population that has largely changed their eating habits over the past two decades.
She said that it’s the first time that she’s seen an American study that looked at how people are eating.
“We are still eating out a lot,” she told ABC News.
The study also examined the eating habits of British, Irish and French people. “
That is the most important finding from this study, which is that Americans eat less than they do in the 20th century, but that is not necessarily because of a lack of interest in dining out.”
The study also examined the eating habits of British, Irish and French people.
The researchers found that while Americans are no longer eating out as much, their eating patterns are different from the rest of the world.
In Britain, people are still going to dinner with friends or family, whereas in France, a meal with friends and family is still common.
But the pattern is more complicated in Ireland, where people have a dinner with family at home, and a meal out with friends is more common.
The difference, Dr Eettelhubert said, is that in Ireland it’s much more common for families to spend a night out to celebrate a wedding anniversary, and on a Sunday dinner.
But in France it’s less common, with a dinner and a Sunday night out not often happening.