The smell of hors d'oeurves served to whet the appetite of all in attendance. The hickory smell of beef stood out to draw everyone near. The shrimp had a salty smell with a hint of ocean water. The bell peppers, both green and red, had a tart smell, compared to their fleshy counterparts. My taste buds watered, but nothing could compare to the next course I was about to see.
Smelling the concession stand makes me feel like a starving child. The aroma of hotdogs and Italian sausage reminds me of a back yard grill. The smell of melted cheese on nachos makes my stomach growl wishing I had some. I can taste the pretzels as a man and child walk by me with one. The warm bread with coarse salt is delicious.
It happens to all of us. As we walk down the street unannounced, an irresistible scent arrives in our nostrils: a scent of grilled food that instantly awakens our appetite. As author Michael Pollan explains in his book Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation, baking high-calorie foods causes them to release a host of substances that become irresistible to most carnivores. Our instinct tells us that where this aroma is found there is food, and it is especially appetizing and it will provide us with many calories. That's when we turn our necks and see ourselves drooling in front of a diner, steakhouse or pizzeria.
I order the most basic and delicious meal of all time, chicken strips and fries. We are all half awake and ready to eat, as we are ordering my cousin orders his food,“I’ll have the chicklen strips and fries with an oreo milkshake.” What? Chicklen? My sister and I just look at each other and start cracking up. I do not blame him it is one a.m., we are all hungry, tired and exhausted from the
The secound pig named Pork Chop made his burger with special High protein cheese and fat free thousand island dressing. The third pig, Bacon, made the grease burger with three slabs of beef, four pieces of(turkey) bacon, five different cheeses, super fat secret sauce, grease on the side, and your choice of any bun except whole wheat. "Flash!!! This just in. There have been reports of Richard Simons sightings in the area so head for high grounds and hide your oldies cassetes.
I felt like licking my fingers because the biryani tasted like pure perfection. Then I moved on to the fried fish, which was presented on a round plate and appeared extremely delightful. After a long day outside, the fish seemed like heaven as it entered my stomach. Even though my stomach was full after eating my part of the meal, I could not wait to examine and evaluate the other dishes. After a few moments, my brother and I switched dishes.
I hope everyone is buckled in and excited to see the different structures within the digestive system located in Mr. Doe’s body today! Ladies and gentleman, please hold on tight as Mr. Doe takes a bite out of his hamburger in just a few seconds. We have just made it to Mr. Doe’s mouth. As you can see, the hamburger and French fries are being broken down to small pieces with every chew so they can be easily digested. During this process, saliva mixes with the food so the body can absorb and use each carbohydrate, fat, and vitamin in various places like the blood stream for example.
Chicago, Illinois – David Burke Primehouse Dave Burke Primehouse in Chicago offers a 40 day dry aged prime steak burger. This juicy and tasty burger comes topped with sautéed garlic spinach, crispy fried shallots and bacon mayonnaise. Other toppings include fried pickles, a fried egg, hot and spicy “angry” shrimp and crab-and-asparagus hollandaise. Now you have to admit that is quite a mouthful but it does sound good. Napa Region, California – Gott’s
The wind had blown violently, and knocked Rodney over. After picking himself up off the dirty broken pavement Rodney felt a warm sensation rolling down... ... middle of paper ... ... heavy in the hand. The juice from the tomatoes quickly made the bread soggy inside. As Lamar took a huge bite, into his burger, before he could start chewing he instantly noticed a the meat was cold. The cheese on the burger melted to perfection, but none of that mattered.
The vocabulary employs innuendo and implies an openly sexual nature to the food’s consumption with images of cream dripping from Tengu’s mouth, licking of his fingers, and having bodily enjoyment of his food. Naoe simultaneously “[coaxes] the meat from the pincers”, her face “all flush with taste, it fills the ache [her] belly has been missing” (146). The “ache” Naoe is fulfilling through food is analogous to the “dull beating ache … between [her] thighs (39). Likewise, Naoe states, “[the food] nourishes more than my body. I am replete” (147).