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Recipe For Making Spaghetti Sauce

- “Having ahard time deciding what to make for dinner?” Well, not anymore because my mom’s spaghetti recipe is better than Olive Garden. Dinning out is cost prohibitive for many families. This is especially true in my household. Spaghetti has been my favorite dish from childhood. Spaghetti is effortless to create, delicious, and a nutritiousmeal the whole family can savor.Pasta noodles are inexpensive, making them the ideal food item for any money-saving meal. The sauces are also inexpensive to make when the ingredients arebought on sale....   [tags: Pasta, Cooking, Tomato sauce, Bell pepper]

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Burger Steak Sauce - The King 's Choice

- A1 Steak Sauce – The King’s Choice King George’s adoration of his chef Henderson William Brand steak sauce’s recipe in 1830 led to the creation of A1 Steak Sauce. Today, A1 Sauce is one of the major brands in Kraft Food’s portfolio, after being acquired in 2000. Over the years, A1 has established itself as the leader in the steak sauce industry being the sauce of choice for 90% of the country’s steak houses. Chuck Smith’s Quandary Chuck Smith, A1 Steak Sauce’s senior brand manager has been informed that one of their main competitors, Lawry, a brand of the Unilever Group, is set to introduce a similar range of sauces....   [tags: Steak sauce, HP Sauce, Brand management]

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Soy Sauce Industry And Kikoman

- Soy Sauce Industry and Kikoman Brief History of Soy Sauce and Kikkoman According to the Kikkoman Case, Soy sauce was first discovered in China around 500s B.C. Then a Japanese priest who was in China, came across soy sauce and brought it back to Japan. The roots of soy sauce in Japan originated in the 16th Century. In the mid 17th Century, two of Japanese families, Mogi and Takanashi began brewing soy sauce in Noda, where good soy beans, wheat and salt were available, originating the root of current Kikkoman Corporation....   [tags: Business Soy Sauce Industry]

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Origin and Story of Soy Sauce

- ... By December 1750 it had reached the North America, arriving first in New York Harbor bearing the name “India Soy.” (Shurtleff & Aoyagi,2012) Now, I will explain the process of making soy sauce. Now we all know that soy sauce comes from soy beans, but how is it turned into the dark syrupy liquid. These use a process called fermentation, which a way of cooking a food using bacteria. There are two distinct ways to making soy sauce, there is the traditional brewing fermentation and refining process, and then there is a chemical non brewing process called chemical-hydrolyzation....   [tags: Chinese, Cuisine]

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Pancakes with Soy Sauce: Farewell to Manzanar

- From The Phantom of the Opera to A Child Called It, literature is full of woeful tales containing characters waiting for a compassionate soul to understand and sympathize with them. Farewell to Manzanar is one such book. It is a sorrowful tale of hypocrisy, shame, and stolen freedom which is best viewed with a condoling heart. Though this may initially seem a work of fiction, Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston presents in this book not only an autobiography, but also a very acurate portrait of events as they occurred....   [tags: Farewell to Manzanar, Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston, in]

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Marketing Analysis : Masterfoods Classic Marinara Sauce

- Masterfoods Classic Marinara Sauce is a product that is the solution to its customer’s wants and needs as it is a product that is new to Masterfoods cooking sauce range. The classic marinara sauce is a better product than other products that is currently available in the market. According to Gierveld (2002) “the core product represents the core benefit of the problem-solving services” (p.166). The core product of the Marinara sauce is that you have a homemade sauce that is easy and convenient for consumers....   [tags: Marketing, Pricing, Price, Target market]

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Marketing Plan For Tomato Sauce Product Portfolio

- An examination of each of the product manufactured or distributed by the company to assess future marketing strategies. Purpose of Product portfolio analysis • Tell Growth in the market • Any improvement made • Reason for failures • Rate of success • Setting goals and targets Tomato sauce is the most leading product of watties. Demand of tomato sauce is increasing day by day. There are different types of product portfolio analysis such as: • BCG Matrix • Ansoff Matrix • GE Matrix Using BCG Matrix for tomato sauce product portfolio tells the demand of the sauce by various categories of customers....   [tags: Marketing, Strategic management]

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How to Cook an Authentic Italian Pasta Sauce

- For many, Italian cuisine is an inspiration concentrating on the freshest, most perfect ingredients. Its true brilliance is behind its simplicity of preparation that holds a representation of the colors of the Italian flag: the red, white, and green that are echoed repeatedly in various dishes. An authentic Italian pasta sauce is a key component to many classic Italian dishes such as baked ravioli, or chicken Parmesan. After reading this recipe, cooking a tomato sauce that is exceptional with various Italian dishes will become a second nature....   [tags: Instructional Essay, Process Essay, How To Essay]

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The Day Of My Family

- There is a strong aroma of turkey cooking slowly, brownish gravy bubbling in the pot, and just a hint of sweet, savory cranberry sauce filling the air. All these smells gathering together is causing an overpowering feeling of hunger. The kitchen is filled with activity as my mother and father move throughout the kitchen as if they were racing against the clock. I, along with my two sisters are found in the dining room setting up the big, darkly stained dining room table with the fine china plates that we only use once a year....   [tags: Family, Mother, Sauce, Kitchen]

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Understanding Of Transnational Gendered Consumption Patterns, Catches My Attention Is A Salsa Valentina ( Valentina Sauce )

- There are at least ten Mexican groceries in East Harlem, New York City. They vary in size and clientele. Some of them carry different services apart of grocery shopping, such as package delivery to the Southern States of Mexico, legal and tax services, translation from Mixteco to Spanish and English, and catering. My favorite shops are located in Lexington Avenue, between 103rd and 106th Street: they are big, sell products from Puebla, and have a wide diversity of tamales, traditional sweet bread and ready to go meals....   [tags: Woman, Gender, Love, Mexico]

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My Family, My Mother, And Peas, Beans, Tortillas, Hot Sauce, Rice And Beans

- Tacos, hot sauce, rice, and beans are all rooted in my ethnic heritage. Both my come from an extremely poor village in Mexico. In the search for better opportunities and a brighter future for their two children at the time, they decided to come over to Boston and stay with an uncle. My mother had 8 brothers and sisters which caused her to drop out at the fifth grade in order to cook, clean, and take care of her younger siblings. With years of experience in cooking, she brought with her a library of recipes she had practiced back home....   [tags: Food, Cooking, Mexican cuisine, Nutrition]

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Recipe And Preparation Of Pasta Noodles

- “Having a hard time deciding what to make for dinner?” Well, not anymore because my mom’s spaghetti recipe is better than Olive Garden. Dinning out is cost prohibited for many families. This is especially true in my household. Spaghetti has been my favorite dish since childhood. Spaghetti is effortless to create, delicious, and a nutritious meal the whole family can savor. Pasta noodles are inexpensive, making them the ideal food item for any money-saving meal. The sauces are also inexpensive to make when the ingredients are bought on sale....   [tags: Pasta, Cooking, Bell pepper, Tomato sauce]

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The Importance Of Mac And Cheese While Babysitting

- I came to realize the importance of mac and cheese while babysitting. The mother had not warned me that her two year old was going through a mac and cheese phase. Breakfast, lunch and dinner, all he would eat was mac and cheese. Not being aware of this child’s diet, I had prepared him lasagna for dinner. Although both dishes involve pasta and cheese, this two year old knew the difference. The plate of lasagna ended up on the floor, and he screamed and pounded his tiny fists on his high chair. The only thing that calmed him down was the sight of me holding a blue cardboard box, with Kraft Macaroni and Cheese written at the top....   [tags: Pasta, Cooking, Milk, Casserole]

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Chick Fil A Evaluation

- Chick-fil-A Evaluation The term “fast-food” is usually distinguished by food served very quickly to a customer by drive-through or carry-out. Fast-food restaurants are highly associated with low-cost and malnutrition foods with brief consumer and employee interaction, and below average cleanliness based on restaurant health inspection reports. Chick-fil-A has changed the usual perception of fast-food restaurants. Rather than burgers and potato fries, Chick-fil-A serves chicken sandwiches and waffle fries....   [tags: Hamburger, French fries, Fast food restaurant]

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Mexican Culture: Traditional Delicious Home Made Recipes

- Coming from a mexican culture, I am blessed to have a rich variety of traditional delicious home made recipes. Most people my age always salivate to the idea of their grandmothers making that amazing dinner. Mostly all americans can agree on the superb taste of the mexican food, and one of my favorites and most traditional of them all is the famous “Mole sauce”. It is made on special occasions such as birthdays, christmas, new years, and teenagers first communion at the church. This complex dark red spicy/sweet sauce has a legend behind its creation....   [tags: mole, mole poblano]

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Make Your Own Pizza Kit

- Make Your Own Pizza Kit, Advanced Edition Why do you love ordering pizza so much. You are perfectly capable of making it yourself and you know it, yet you still choose to order it instead of create it. Do you need instructions. Are you afraid it won 't turn out well. Well put your worries behind you because you are just ten simple steps away from making a delicious homemade pizza that rivals the best that you could buy from a restaurant. The first step to start creating your own delicious homemade pizza is pretty straight forward, determine what type of pizza you want to make....   [tags: Bread, Yeast, Pizza, Flour]

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The Sauces of Rao's

- Sauces are the hands that cradle the dish, serving to compliment the elements and bring harmony to flavor. Historically, sauces were the nutritional accompaniment to starches and also put salt back into food that had leached during the cooking process (Encyclopedia of Food and Culture 2003). Antonin Carême was the first to coin the term, mother sauces, which are the foundation for other sauces called derivatives (Cuisine Foundations 2008, p. 227). Sauces have evolved in design and can be a creative signature on a classic dish....   [tags: Food Review ]

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What About Tacos? Mexico And Taste A Taco?

- What about tacos. Have you ever been in Mexico and taste a taco. If not, pay attention to the next. Many people only know about one kind of tacos, but is there only one. The answer is no. The tacos have a history of more than 100 yeas and it was created by farmers. The creation was to make it simple and faster to eat. Tacos share the same similarity, all of them consist of putting the ingredients on a circle slide made of corn. The reason of this particular circular slice is because the circular surface allows human hands to grab the taco more easily....   [tags: Mexican cuisine, Mexico, Milk, United States]

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Equilibrium in the Market

- As with all markets and their respective economies, having equilibrium is one of the key factors of a successful system. Although most markets do not reach equilibrium, they attempt at getting close. There are numerous methods devised to reach equilibrium, whether they involve human intervention directly or a cumulative decision by all factors involved. These factors may be a seller's willingness to lower overall revenue, or a buyer's willingness to withhold some demand for a certain product. Of course, the basics of supply and demand retrospectively control the equilibrium in the market....   [tags: Markets, Economy, Supply, Demand]

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Mario's Tutte Bene Classic Italian Restaurant

- The smooth, heart felt voice of Jersey Boy, Frank Sinatra, floods your ears as you enter Mario’s Tutte Bene. The dim lighted, dining room with hanging Tiffany Lamps and era style tables from the 1940’s, takes you back into an era of glamor and organized crime. The half-moon Italian leather booths that surround the outmost of the dinner room are soft and comfortable. The authentic Italian foods such as Penne Vodka, Chicken Saltimbocca, Shrimp Scampi and Veal Parmigiana engulf your sense of smell and make your mouth water....   [tags: food and restaurant critique]

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The Buffalo Chicken And The Chicken

- Hook: Ever wanted a spicy, tasty, well prepared bite to eat . The buffalo chicken fits that description perfectly, it’s something I personally love eating. I would eat it every day if I could, I get it at most restaurants I go to if they serve it. The buffalo chicken wrap originated from buffalo first being served in a bar in 1939, ever since the wrap was served it’s been a hit ever since. The recipe for the home cooked buffalo chicken wrap can be a simple or difficult one depends on how familiar you are in the kitchen....   [tags: Cooking, Food, Buffalo wings, Nutrition]

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Personal Impression of Spanish Food

- For this project, I went to an authentic Spanish restaurant named Cafe Iberico. The restaurant was centered around tapas, or small dishes. The inside was covered in tile which was similar to Spain where they used tile on all the buildings and even sidewalks. The rest of the restaurant looked very genuine, with Spanish paintings hung along the wall. The restaurant had a tapas bar which presented a large display of tapas in a large glass case where people could order from the bar. The restaurant even had a small deli in the back where people could get Spanish cheese, and many types of Spanish sausage that included chorizo and morcillia (blood sausage)....   [tags: Paella, Spain, Restaurant]

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Variation of Personal Dialect Analysis

- There are many different dialects across the world. They can change depending on your region, your age or even your gender. Many people would react to a different dialect as wrong or they want to try and eliminate it. When in reality, both are correct. They just sound incorrect due to the fact they are not accustomed to hearing it. If English is just one language, why are there so many different ways to speak it. The study of dialects or the variations in language from one place to another provides the answers....   [tags: language, states, pronounce]

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What Makes A Decision Making?

- People are put in situations everyday where they are required to make a decision whether they are aware of it or not; it is understandable how one can make a decision and not even think twice about it seeing how most decisions made almost seem like second nature such as eating or going to sleep. Depending on how complex the decision being made it dictates the length of the decision making process. Some of the more complex choices people are faced with may require more thought than others, and depending on the severity of it the decision made can have long lasting effects whether it be positive or negative....   [tags: Decision making, Decision theory]

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Vietnamese Food

- Vietnamese cuisine can be very diverse due its geography and climate. There is no accurate average temperature for the whole country. The Vietnamese national culture emerged from a concrete living environment: a tropical country with many rivers and the confluence of great cultures (Vietnam Country). Vietnam is a long, narrow country in Southeast of Asia that borders south China, east of Laos and Cambodia. Vietnam is practically the size of Italy and Japan put together; and is divided into three regions: north, central, and south....   [tags: Vietnamese Cuisine ]

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Nutrition, Taste And Presentation

- Even professional chefs don’t have to handle the number of cooking complaints that mothers deal with every day. As kids grow up, their nutritional needs change and so should your recipes. However it becomes rather difficult to strike a balance between nutrition, taste and presentation. Kids need something special every day, plus there is a long list of veggies, nuts and fruits that they don’t like. Hoopos helps you out with some yummy recipes that are sure to fetch you compliments from your child: 1....   [tags: Vitamin, Nutrition, Milk, Cooking]

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Summary of Spiderwick Chronicles Book 1 by Toni Diterlizzi and Holly Black

- Topic: This story is about twins and one sister that found a book of fantasy that someone had written, and in that moment it start appearing trolls, monsters etc, and together they need to combat the monster. Characters: Jared Evan Grace, Simon Everett Grace, Mallory Evan Grace, Arthur Spiderwick, Lucinda Spiderwick, and Helen Grace. Settings: Mansion of Lucinda Plot: Beginning: Jared, Simon, Mollary, and his mother Helen moved from the big city, to a mansion that was in a forest because their mom divorced....   [tags: Fantasy, Twins]

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How Cooking With Dog Is A Culinary Show

- The structure of this recipe is difficult to follow. Cooking with Dog is a culinary show, so the recipe is in the form of a tutorial video. Ingredients and instructions intermingle throughout the video, meaning that a cook must watch it before making the dish, so they can gather the ingredients. It is inconvenient to have the ingredients listed throughout the video, instead of having a list of ingredients separate from the instructions. This is a common drawback to using videos as the medium to convey a recipe....   [tags: Sushi, Japanese cuisine, Tofu, Cooking]

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Cancer Causing Dye Found in Foods

- Cancer Causing Dye Found in Foods Britain's largest food recall was under way last night after an illegal dye known to cause cancer was found to have contaminated millions of ready meals and cooking sauces. More than 350 product lines, ranging from prawn salad to Pot Noodles, were being withdrawn by supermarkets and retailers after the Food Standards Agency (FSA) warned they were contaminated by Sudan I - a red colouring normally used in products such as shoe polish and petrol....   [tags: Papers]

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How To Make 'My' Sour Cream Enchiladas

- There are several different ways to make sour cream enchiladas. Asking a friend, looking it up on the Internet, or watching the Food Network will guarantee that you will get a different recipe every time. This recipe's name stems from the fact that there are so many different recipes. My recipe is outstanding, because it is scrumptious and very easy to make. In five easy steps, you'll be able to whip them up and understand why "My" Sour Cream Enchiladas are the best. The first thing you will need to do is gather everything that is essential to the task....   [tags: Process Essays]

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Video Game Competition and Violence influence on Aggressive Behavior

- Based on previous research about the effect of video games in aggression, Paul Adachi and Teena Willoughby conducted a research to determine if it was the competitiveness or violence of video games that could cause an aggressive response on university students. According to Adachi & Willoughby, much of the previous research on the topic had failed in leveling external variables such as competitiveness, difficulty and pace of action, and that those variable could have easily affected the results....   [tags: university students, agression, violence]

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Becoming The Master Of Intense Flavor

- Become the Master of Intense Flavor McIlhenny Company Tabasco Sauce 's ad catches a person 's eye with a picture of a shiny, full bottle of vibrant, red Tabasco sauce, and it is staged to the left of the page. Within seconds, the eyes move upward to see a crisp, white chef hat on the head of the bottle. As the eyes move downward, you notice there is a white label fixed to the bottle with green and red logos. Behind the Tabasco sauce bottle is a clean, silver unused whisk. The ad background generates a gradient from a faded black to a reflective, gray surface, and the bottle is contained in a bright, white aura surrounding its whole surface area....   [tags: Color, Green, Flavor, Red]

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Afghanistan Food Culture

- Cooking and Foods In the novel “The Kite Runner”, Khaled Hosseini discusses many different types of food from Afghanistan. Tea was mentioned a few times as Baba retreated to his reading area and drank tea with Rahim Khan. Food is the epicenter of being a guest in an Afghan house because the host takes pride in what he/she serves. A person who is welcomed into the household, that person will be offered the best that the family has to present. They will constantly fill your tea glass and offer snacks until you cover your glass with your hand and say that you’ve had enough....   [tags: Culture ]

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History of the Soybean

- History of the Soybean Before cultivation, wild soybeans grew abundantly in northeast China and Manchuria. As early as 2700 B.C. they were classified as one of the five principal and sacred crops, having both medicinal and food value. They have been cultivated for at least 4,500 years. However, they were not very popular. (They were said to cause flatulence!) During times of bad harvests in China, soybeans were one of the nine staples on which starving millions in the country depended. In the famine of A.D....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Cooking: Olla Gitana

- I made a three course meal consisting of Olla Gitana, Patatas Bravas, and Crema de Chocolate. Olla Gitana, in English, is also known as gypsy pot. The olla is thin legume stew, also called potaje. In Spain, it is usually served as a main dish for lunch. The stew is inspired by vegetable cooking in the Murcia and Alicante regions of Spain. The stew is referred to as gitana because it’s ingredients are, for a lack of a better word, anarchic (Bremzen). This dish served as the entree. The side dish were the patatas bravas....   [tags: preparation, ingredients]

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Anthropology And Modern Life By Franz Boas And Prologue : The Power Of The Between By Paul Stoller

- Ninth grade freshmen year 2010, subject Global history. I first came to know of this word call Anthropology. Since then I vaguely remember that it had something to do with human evolutions. This word anthropology came back to my life this year as a college course. This time anthropology became a lot more crystal to me through various readings. The two that readings that mainly synthesized anthropology down for me are ANTHROPOLOGY and Modern life by Franz Boas and Prologue: The Power of the Between by Paul Stoller....   [tags: Anthropology, Culture, Sociology, Psychology]

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Global Obesity Epidemic : Mcdonald 's Website Employees Of The Potential Health Risks

- It appeared unusual when in 2013 McDonald’s McResource website advised its employees of the potential health risks collocated with its popular McMenu. According to CNBC, the website warned that "fast foods are typically high in calories, fat, saturated fat, sugar, and salt and may put people at risk for becoming overweight". Additionally, the McResource website, created by independent third-party experts, states that a “cheeseburger, fries, and soda is the unhealthy choice and a sub, salad, and cup of water is the healthier choice”....   [tags: Nutrition, Hamburger, Fast food, Caesar salad]

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Cookbook Review: Plenty: Vibrant Vegetable Recipes from London’s Ottolenghi

- I first heard of Yotam Ottolenghi when I bought Jerusalem: A Cookbook, which he co-authored with Sami Tamimi, the head chef of Ottolenghi’s eponymous restaurant in London. I purchased the cookbook as a gift for my father, who is a bit of a foodie. I decided to make the lemony leek meatballs from that cookbook one day, and they were delicious. When I saw Ottolenghi’s newest cookbook, Plenty: Vibrant Vegetable Recipes from London’s Ottolenghi, I knew I had to try it. This cookbook explores vegetarian dishes that have their roots in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food traditions....   [tags: cookbook, food dishes, yotam ottolenghi]

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White Wine And Honey Braised Chicken And Figs

- White Wine & Honey Braised Chicken and Figs There they were, sitting in my refrigerator, getting riper and riper, eight lovely mission figs. I had to use them up, they were it bit too soft for my taste to use in a salad or dessert, so I was browsing for a recipe and stumbled upon Mike?s Table, the web-site by a younger version of myself, from North Carolina. Michael Mulligan is a techie who likes to cook, regardless, as I am always on the lookout for a new braising recipe, Mike?s recipe for Honeyed Balsamic Braised Chicken with Figs, resonated....   [tags: Cooking, Meat, Cooking techniques, Pork]

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Food Foods For Avoid Eating At The Morning

- Foods to avoid eating in the morning In reality every meal taken in the day is important. however it is a widely accepted that meals taken in the morning is the most critical meal as it re-energizes the body and the mind after overnight restores the cognitive function of the brain by replenishing the levels of glucose . This leads to elevation of mood, memory improvement and concentration levels. It is therefore imperative to take healthy foods only and avoid foods which will impact negatively on your health....   [tags: Nutrition, Carbohydrate, Sugar, Meat]

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A taste of New Zealand food culture

- In this essay we will explore how food and the environment relate to the sociological imagination and they're dimensions which include historical, cultural and structural. What has control or influence over our eating habits which may be political, historical or economic. This essay in written based on the writings of Carter, I. And Meynard, A. (2001) 'Tell me what you ear ...' in C. Bell (ed) Sociology of Everyday Life in New Zealand.. By the end of this essay I hope we will have a clear understanding of how food and eating can relate to our society and how they can influence one another....   [tags: McDonalisation, Sociological Imagination]

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Foods: Aroma and Testure in the Plate

- ‘Aroma and the texture in the glass, aroma and the texture on the plate – it comes as no surprise that the worlds of wine and food are so closely linked’ (Iland et al 2009, p. 194). The perception of food and wine pairing is to define the key food and wine elements that will either contrast or complement each other to make the combination harmonious. Every single person is a little different, both physically and psychologically (Szabo 2012). Senses, like smell or taste can vary from person to person, as well people have different experiences and opinions which foods and wines make a better combination....   [tags: good wine, good matching]

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The History and Culture behind Greek Cuisine

- ... In the Greek cuisine many concoctions such as breads, salads, dressings, and sauces are flavored with herbs, greens, and spices. The herbs and spices used in this cuisine are oregano, mint, dill, basil, cinnamon, cumin, and coriander. Most flavors work along with olive oil. Other flavors that are used are citrus flavors like lemon which is used a lot with seafood dishes. Most often you will find fresh herbs being used instead of dried herbs in the Greek cuisine. Since the Greek cuisine is more so savory then spicy, you will not find chervil, chili peppers, paprika, saffron, and tarragon used a lot....   [tags: international food ]

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Like Water For Chocolate By Laura Esquivel

- The novel, Like Water for Chocolate, written by Laura Esquivel in 1989 is an example of a romantic tragedy that uses elements of Magical Realism. According to Goodreads, Magical Realism is a fiction genre in which magical elements blend to create a realistic atmosphere that accesses a deeper understanding of reality. Laura Esquivel uses elements of Magical Realism to express the emotional obstacles the main character faces. The novel, Like Water for Chocolate, tells the story of Tita de la Garza, who falls in love with her neighbor, Pedro, but she cannot marry him because of a family tradition....   [tags: Love, Marriage, Emotion, Wedding]

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Could Video Games Actually Benefit People?

- Forty-eight million men women and children play games on their smart phones and tablets (Galarneau). Technology has become so advanced that people can carry their favorite games along with them. A current debate about whether or not video games are harmful or helpful, especially to children and older people, is a heated one. Some say that video games could spike aggressive feelings in children. Others say video games could be a new educational tool. Knowing the research behind some of these areas will be helpful to current and future parents and mentors....   [tags: improving mental skills]

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Culinary Experiences of the World: Vietnam

- ... Traditional dresses, such as the áo dài, are also worn for special days. It;s not surprising that like most countries Soccer is the country's most popular sport. They also brought over many other western sports like chess, volleyball, tennis, badminton and ping-pong. Vietnam is most known for it’s production of rice. Before the civil war; or the Vietnam war as it’s known in the US, it was mostly an agricultural country. However the tech industry is growing fast as the country continues to rebuild....   [tags: food and culture]

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Violent Video Games: The Negative Effects

- On April 20, 1999, two adolescent boys walked into Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, and shot 12 of their classmates and a teacher. Then, they killed themselves. When authorities investigated, they found that the boys had played thousands of hours of a video game that had been set to occur in their high school. They used yearbook pictures to create the game's virtual victims. The event that took place at Columbine High School is only one of many tragedies that have taken place due to the influence of video games....   [tags: Columbine High School shooting]

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My Life After His Brain Surgery

- I remember bringing my father a warm container of home-made chili, two days after his brain surgery. Likewise, I can recall the preemptive warning from an angry nurse who buzzed me through the double doors, that secured his pod. In a not-so-delicate tone, she explained that after a surgery like his, patients may temporarily experience altered senses, therefore, I should expect the possibility that my father would not like his chili. Looking back, I cannot decide which was more of a relief, watching my father devour his chili, or how he bragged about my cooking to anyone who would listen....   [tags: Pablo Picasso, Cubism, Chef, Sculpture]

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Case Study : Domino 's Pizza

- Neda Baharfar 0880978 Case: Domino’s DOMINO’S PIZZA was found Tom Monaghan in 1960 and it is growing to 8000 store in 2006 that 3000 of them are international store. About history of Domino’s Pizza: • one of the leading companies worldwide in online transaction • number one position in sandwich delivery in 2008 • Delivery service increases its brand popularity and gives it the good advantage comparing with others that did not have it. What do you think caused the crisis within Domino’s that led to the “Pizza Turnaround” Campaign....   [tags: Product management, New product development]

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Product Manager Report for Heinz Tomato Ketchup

- Product Manager Report for Heinz Tomato Ketchup Paper 1: I am the marketing manager for the H. J. Heinz Company’s tomato ketchup, which is a spicy, thick tomato sauce. Tomato Ketchup is used for hamburgers, French fries, spaghetti, sandwiches, and grilled or fried meat. . The Heinz company has a long history. The German-born Henry John Heinz founded the company in 1869 in Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania. The company’s first product was horseradish, followed by pickles and tomato ketchup....   [tags: Business Product Marketing Strategy Analysis]

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The Monoamine Oxidase A Gene

- In 1978 behavioral scientist Han Brunner interviewed a patient at a Nijmegen hospital in the Netherlands whom was concerned about the extremely aggressive and violent behavior of the males in her family. This family had produce five generation of men that were attempted murders and rapists tracing back a hundred years to 1870. [2] Since it was only men in this family that exhibited these antisocial and psychopathic tendencies, Brunner theorized that it was most likely an X-linked genetic mutation as the woman in the family have two X chromosomes that helps negate the faulty DNA....   [tags: Aggressiveness, Men, Childhood Development]

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An Anaysis of McDonald’s Corporation

- The corporation I chose to discuss is McDonald’s. McDonald’s is a publicly traded corporation that includes the following domestic companies, McDonald’s, Chipotle Mexican Grill, and Boston Market. This paper will discuss the following: • Choosing the socio-cultural and global segments of the general environment and explaining which segment would rank highest in the influence on McDonald’s Corporation and also assessing how those segments affect McDonald’s Corporation. • Discussing the two forces of competition, which are threat of new entrants and threat of substitutes, and identifying the most significant of those forces for McDonald’s Corporation....   [tags: McDonald’s Case Study]

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Easy to Cook Fish Recipe

- Today, more and more people are getting conscious about their health. That’s why fish dish is getting in demand nowadays since it’s a great alternative for red meats. Both red meat and fish meat is rich in protein however, fish meat has less unhealthy fats compared with the red meat. Fish like Tuna is also rich in omega-3 which is good for the heart and brain. In this article we will be enumerating different and easy-to-cook fish recipe that are not just good tasting but healthy as well. We will also be tackling about the different ways to cook a fish dish....   [tags: healthy nutrition]

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Themes Of Myths And Tales

- Myths and tales are commonly shared across different cultures in versions that are slightly different from each other. Minor changes are made to the story to customize the tale to a more relatable version for the people reading it. Here in this paper two versions of the Cinderella tale will be compared: the German Brothers Grimm fairy tale, “Aschenputtel”, and the Vietnamese folk version, “Tam and Cam”, retold by Vo Van Thang and Jim Larson. The two stories follow the same Cinderella framework and elements, however, the differences of the stories reflects the values of the culture who created that version of Cinderella....   [tags: Cinderella, Brothers Grimm, Family, Ugly sisters]

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My Favorite Football Team Play

- It was a sunny Saturday afternoon, with a wave of yellow and green colored shirts worn by crazy, determined fans that filled the entrance and the rest of the lobby with their sweaty bodies and hard headed ego’s. The smell of hot, barbequed wings, and crispy French fries filled the air. With the restaurant being located right in the heart of town, it makes it an easy convenience for Oregon Duck fans, or any other sports fan, to come enjoy a fairly priced, enjoyable meal, while getting to watch their favorite football team play....   [tags: Hamburger, Fast food, Barbecue, Restaurant]

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Traveling to the Trevi Fountain

- Many places have something different and unique about them. Every place you visit you remember something that stood out against everything else. There is always a smell that can be associated with a particular place. The things a person hears can be different but sometimes they can seem familiar to a person. The food that is tasted can be a unique experience to a person. So, therefore I will now go in to detail about an experience in Italy. The Trevi Fountain is an extraordinary site to see. The fountain is built in marble coming out of the side of a building....   [tags: travel, ]

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New Cuban Cuisine

- Includes Recipes New Cuban Cuisine The Cuban style of cooking is simple in concept but complex in flavor. Much Cuban food owes its heritage and tradition from Africa and neighboring, Caribbean cultures. However, there are two distinctive styles of cooking: "the classic" whose techniques and ingredients have been in use for a long time across the island, and "the new," labeled nuevo Cubano, which adds a variety of herbs and spices from other cuisine and emphasizes presentation. For example, the province of Oriente, in eastern Cuba, is well known for its contribution of spicier and more robust dishes to the cuisine of the island due to the influx of Haitian and Jamaican immigrants to the isl...   [tags: Cuban Food]

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Christmas Eve: Italian Food

- It is Christmas Eve at my grandparent’s house. I am sitting around the table in the noisy dining room with my whole family. As the seven different fish dishes finish cooking, my grandfather begins to place each one on the table in front of us. My favorite Christmas Eve dish is the first to come out—linguine with clams. As my grandfather enters the room, my senses are suddenly overwhelmed with the smell of the homemade white sauce and the fresh shellfish. My grandfather slowly sets the bowl of linguine with clams in the center of the table and I can barely stop myself from diving right into it....   [tags: la vigilia, italians]

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Animal Testing Is Unethical?

- It is the year of 2016, medical researchers have come a long way compared to 50 years ago. Animal research is at its all time high when it comes to research money and the use of animal testing. Activists are speaking out left and right claiming, animals are only suffering and being killed with tremendous pain and unethically. Millions of animals are being tested every year and laws are not helping at all. Most institutions want to mention that they follow the laws for animals and they follow the guide for reducing, replacing, and reusing the animals....   [tags: Animal testing, Animal rights, Dissection]

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The Ubiquitous Tomato

- The Ubiquitous Tomato Each year, millions of Americans, anxious after the confinement of winter, are excited when spring begins. Home improvement stores and nurseries entice gardeners with announcements of special sales on items for the home garden. People converge on the nurseries in throngs, looking for the best plants to purchase. Much of the frenzy focuses on plants that yield edible products; one favorite American pastime is backyard gardening. Many backyard gardeners say that they don't have sufficient yard space to grow fruits and vegetables, and restrict their hobby to vegetable gardening....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]

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My Hero: My Mother

- The one person that I could never live without, the reason I am standing till this day, is my mother. My mother is who I thank and admire most of all. Without her dedication and hard work, I would be in the squatters of the Philippines, stuck in a place where it is a very difficult place to make a good enough living or even make enough money to keep the bread on the table for your family. Her main goal and dream was to pass the NCLEX exam, it would permit her to go to America. That would allow her to make a better living and life for herself and to get a job, in order to send back money needed for her family....   [tags: heroes, mother,]

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Chinese Cuisine - The Food of China

- Chinese Cuisine - The Food of China      China’s food is very unique and traditional. Grains are the main food in China. Rice is the favorite grain among the people in the South. In the north, people prefer wheat, which they make in to bread and noodles. Corn millet, and sorghum are also eaten. Vegetables, especially cabbage and Tofu rank second in Chinese diet. Roasted sweet potatoes are a popular snack eaten by the Chinese. Pork and poultry are the favorite meats in China. The people also like eggs, fish, fruit, and shellfish....   [tags: essays research papers]

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cakes making

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Big MAck

- Sunday Night Match – up: Big Mac vs. Whopper By reading that comparison of the Big Mac and the Whopper, many pros and cons came to mind. For every good thing the Big Mac has, the Whopper doesn’t, and for every good thing the Whopper has, the Big Mac doesn’t. For instance, the Whopper has only one beef patty that is only slightly larger than one of the Big Mac’s 2 beef patties. Both of thee hamburgers are relatively the same price, yet both have different things to offer. The Big Mac’s beef patties are fried, and the Whoppers patties are broiled....   [tags: essays research papers]

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A Visit to Italy

- A Visit to Italy The capital city of Italy is a very extraordinary place to visit. The population of Rome is well over two-million. The people there are very friendly and are extremely proud of their country. Rome is a beautiful bustling city that has a moderate cli mate. The temperature usually stays around eighty degrees. The main way of transportation is by bus. The side walk cafes are very popular in Rome. The cafes were always populated with happy Italians and a few curious tourists....   [tags: Descriptive Essay Examples, Rome, Italy]

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Floridian Lifestyle at the Crab Shack

- Floridian Lifestyle at Pinchers’ Crab Shack Nestled between a dilapidated pet shop and a mass-produced chain store lies Pinchers’ Crab Shack, a local dive of free spirits in the wilds of the stubborn and pompous Naples area. As Jimmy Buffett’s “Margaritaville” blares from a weathered jukebox nestled next to cases of unopened beer in a corner, the various smells of salt, frying foods, and vinegar assaults one’s senses. It is here in this atmosphere that Florida is truly found. Pinchers’ is a true haven of Floridian atmosphere....   [tags: Descriptive Essay About A Place]

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Italian Culture

- There’s a lot more to being Italian than the typical stereotypes that we have come to know from movies, television and books. From the Catholic mobsters who kill during the week but always make it to mass on Sunday, to the “how you doin” views of Joey from the television show “Friends”, people often forget the more important parts of being Italian. It is a culture like no other, full of history, art, and most importantly, their passion for food. Italian food, in my opinion, is the best in the world....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Chinese Cabbage And Its Effects On The Body And Skin All Have Possible Health Benefits Of Consuming Choy

- Bok Choy also referred to as Chinese cabbage is considered part of the "head-forming" group of vegetables, which also includes vegetables like kale, broccoli, and cauliflower. One cup has 9 calories, 1 gram of protein, 1.5 grams of carbohydrates, 0.7 grams of dietary fiber, 0 grams of cholesterol and 0.1 grams of polyunsaturated fat. Bok Choy offers several vitamins and minerals such as phosphorus, zinc, sodium, copper, manganese, selenium, niacin, folate, choline, beta-carotene and vitamin K. In addition, with 5% of daily potassium needs, 62% vitamin A, 7% calcium, 5% vitamin B-6, 3% magnesium, 3% iron and 52% of vitamin C needs....   [tags: Vitamin, Nutrition, Immune system, Broccoli]

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Information Technology Can Help Me With My Social, Educational, And Professional Future

- Information Technology can help me with my social, educational, and professional future in so many different ways. Such as looking for different recipes and ingredients, finding new styles of preparing my courses I will create, plates, pans, and knifes just about anything and everything I can find now a days and that’s all because of Informational Technology. It helps when a friend is also on the same career path as me wants to know how I came up with a certain sauce of a certain cut of meat something of that nature and I can tell them a website or one of the new apps that have millions of recipes for people to try and share, its spreads the love for cooking farther than any of...   [tags: Cooking, Chef, Culinary art]

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Eating Vegetables Three Or More Times A Day Can Provide Health Benefits

- Eating vegetables three or more times a day can provide health benefits. Research has shown that, individuals who eat less than three servings of vegetables each day, compared to those that eat more than five servings have a relatively twenty percent lower risk of developing coronary heart disease or stroke. Vegetables provide nutrients that are fundamental for the health and upkeep of our bodies. These days, most vegetables are grown all over the world as climate permits. Vegetables can be eaten either raw or cooked and play an important role in human nutrition, being mostly low in fat and carbohydrates, but high in vitamins, minerals and fiber....   [tags: Vitamin, Nutrition, Broccoli, Vitamin C]

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A Person 's Daily Nutrient Consumption And Their Family History Certain Connections

- Upon evaluating a person’s daily nutrient consumption and their family history certain connections can be made, all of which can help to reduce the risk factors certain genetic illnesses as well as non-genetic illnesses. Sam is a 21-year-old non-smoker, with a height of 5’8’’, weighing 175 pounds, and his BMI is 26.6. His BMI of 26.6 put him in the overweight category. This information alone should concern Sam because if he does not change his eating patterns he will eventually develop obesity. Therefore, he needs to start by losing weight safely on an eating pattern, providing approximately 2,600 calories, while still meeting nutrient needs....   [tags: Nutrition, Atherosclerosis, Cholesterol]

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Fast Food : A Dish For Most Haitians And Non Haitians

- If you were raised in a Haitian household, and you wanted fast food I’d suggest you think twice about asking. Homemade food isn’t optional. Grandma or mom always made sure to cook something. From eating my mom’s food, I started to like this one dish. Every time my mom cooked I would ask her to make it because I love it so much. It’s a famous dish for most Haitians and non-Haitians. This dish is known as legume. Most people can’t get enough of legume. Legume is a mixture of vegetables and meat. Some people may prefer beef, pork, and crab....   [tags: Cooking, Nutrition, Capsicum, Vegetable]

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Analysis Of The Article ' The Windows 7 Whopper '

- Building in Ulsan, South Korea When this McDonald’s was first built, fast food wasn’t a very common thing in South Korea in 2010 when this building was first constructed. It’s safe to say that this unique design was meant to draw in customers with its sweeping, neon wings at the top this McDonald 's is bound to pique anyone’s interest. It’s not really made clear if the ploy actually worked but this McDonald’s still takes one of the top spots in world’s coolest McDonalds. Windows 7 Whopper Each country has its own menu of unique food items that appeal to their country and sometimes, the items will make you jealous that you don’t live there but this isn’t one of these times....   [tags: Hamburger, Fast food, McDonald's, Burger King]

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Christmas Is All About the Food in Our House

- ... What a great sight to see. As our Christmas party progressed, it was time to start getting all the food ready and set to eat. My grandmother in the kitchen, had finished cooking pancit on the stove, a Filipino noodle dish, which is tradition to have at every family get together. The smell of fried carrots and celery filled the dining room as my grandmother brought it to the table. Once the pancit was put down, everyone knew it was time to eat and gathered around. “Everything looks so appetizing,” said my Uncle Pete with his utensils ready in each hand....   [tags: filipino, family, tradition]

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My Diet Analysis From Food Tracker For Two Days

- I was born in one of the countries in Asia, and our staple food is rice. Rice is always at the center of the table, and the rest of the viand surrounds it. Here in the United States, my household still eat rice every day, accompanied by cooked vegetables and meat. My food choices are influenced by culture and family. Vegetables and fruits of my choice are abundant at the International Market and other Asian grocery stores. Vegetables are also available for a cheaper price at the farmers market. I myself buy these foods to ensure its freshness, prepare and cook them for my entire family....   [tags: Nutrition, Vegetable, Iron, Vitamin C]

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Analysis Of The Movie Orange Is The New Black

- Jenji Kohan’s television series “Orange is the New Black” analyzes the different social issues that are in the spotlight in this day in age. The series seems to shed light on white privilege, stereotypes, and class based issues that exist in today’s society. These types of Marxists ideas are portrayed through each episode which gives audience members a first hand view of the different social conflicts that exist today. The Netflix original series is based on the real life experiences of Piper Kerman when she went to prison....   [tags: Sociology, Working class, White people]

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What Is Codeswitching A Word From A Single Conversation?

- Codeswitching is the practice of alternating between one or more languages or varieties of language in a single conversation. Codeswitching often and naturally ensues amongst those that are bilingual and trilingual. Codeswitching commonly happens when people are speaking their non-native language and do not know how to translate a word from their non-native language into the language they are speaking. From the evidence gathered from my three colleagues; Anh, Aldina and Ane we will examine codeswitching on an academic but also more of a personal level....   [tags: Multilingualism, Second language, Linguistics]

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The Day I Went At Madison 's Bat Matzah

- It was a cool afternoon in October the day I went to Madison’s Bat Matzah. I had to miss the temple ceremony for test prep, but my mom still drove my friend Joelle and me to the temple so we could ride the bus with the rest of our soccer team. We goofed and played around like the kids we were as we made our way towards Russo’s on the Bay. Once we reached the restaurant we prowled the room full of hors d’oeurves and drank our Shirley temples. Being only thirteen years old we were all pretty picky eaters and most of us ate the plainest things available as we waited for the real party to get started....   [tags: Idea, Thought, Pine nut, Mind]

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The English Class Of Composition II For English 102

- During this college class of Composition II for English 102 we have learned a variety of different things. A few thing that have been learned to this point are how to format an essay paper by the Modern Language Association or MLA guidelines, and fairly recently we started to learn how to write by the new guidelines that the Modern Language Association assigned in the year 2016 for the seventh and eighth edition of MLA formatting. Another thing that as taught was how to communicate in an effective way both in a verbally and written format....   [tags: Writing, Communication, Critical thinking]

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Exploring the Popularity of Non Stick Frying Pans

- Non-stick frying pans are one of the most common kitchen utensils today. Frying pan is mostly used for cooking. The non stick frying pans are made of two components, the metal body and the Non Stick layer. Actually the surface of the non stick frying pan is coated with a layer of oil or fat when the pan is in use. The layer of oil has four functions: it lubricates the surface; increases contact between the food and the pan; acts as a thermal mass to reduce the cooking time; and can be increases flavor and color....   [tags: environment, nutrition, health, PTFE]

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