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    Cooking Show Satire

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    personalities. The current trend in the television industry is something that we do a couple of times in a daily basis, and that is cooking and eating. More and more food shows have been created in the last 10 years. This may be due to the fact that people have become more engaged with things that they see on television, it even became a lifestyle for them. When cooking shows first came to air on television, it was just a simple presentation how food is prepared, techniques which yourself can do, with the use of ingredients that are easily available for your convenience.…

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    Give your left hand a good shake. Use your right hand to feel the steak between your thumb and fingers, give it a little squeeze whilst making a mental note of how forgiving the flesh is. Now get your left hand (it you are right handed) and made the divers OK okay sign by connecting your thumb and index finger together at the tip. Feel the flesh at the base of your thumb and compare it with the texture when you squeezed the raw steak. You will find that the steak is more forgiving but if you…

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    Cooking Methods Essay

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    8.1 Cooking definition: • Cooking is an art of application of heat to prepare food. • The objective of cooking is to bring chemical and physical change in food to make it a complete dish. • Cooking makes the food easier to digest, makes the food eatable, improves foods flavor, makes eye appealing, creates an appetite, kills harmful bacteria etc. 8.2 Methods of cooking: Moist / Wet Media: 1- Boiling: • In this cooking method, food items are totally submerged in hot water and cooked at 100…

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    Sociology Home Cooking

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    The shift in American food production and cooking has lead to an impact on our health. As a determinate of health, cooking maintains healthy, sustainable practices and regulates the products we consume. However, a steady trend shifting from home cooking to store bought food has led to a decrease in health and sustainably in our system. Mark Bittman and Michael Pollan have come to similar conclusions, we must increase our home cooking to help reform the system and our health. Overall, these…

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    Cooking oils are a fairly important ingredient in every kitchen and are used on almost daily basis. All oils do the same job, they are used in various cooking techniques and dishes, but each one of them have different quality markings which are usually given by the FDA or other food testing organisations. Cooking oils come in a wide variety such as palm oil, sunflower and olive oil. Oils are a necessity for a proper diet but only if consumed under control, as per the FDA a full grow should only…

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    Cooking Video Analysis

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    to face what food I want to eat and how should I cook by myself or go to the restaurant? Do you struggle with this issue? I always struggle with this issue. When I wake at morning, I start to think to eat bread better or cooked cereals. What complicates matters, even more, is that I don’t like cooking. In my opinion, cooking is so waste time that I don’t have enough time to prepare the breakfast. If you are like me, you have struggled with these questions. After watching these movies, you will…

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    What is slow cooking? All right, let’s get right on it then, Slow cooking as the name implies is the process in which you cook your food on a large bowl or a pot immersed in a liquid for a long period of time, usually a minimum of 3 hours or more. Usual methods of slow cooking involve smoking; stewing or baking the food in low-heat and barbequing is included as well. Although in the United States slow cooking usually implies the use of a crock pot which is usually a ceramic bowl with a glass…

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    Food is a very diverse way to bring people together. Families reunite to cook meals together and spend quality time with each other. Others use food to get to know someone, whether it’s a date or having a business meeting. It’s a great way to show the different cultures around the world and the many ways cooking is represented. In my case, I am from Guatemala and we have our own traditional recipes in which identify us as Guatemalans. Things like tamales, platanos fritos and many other dishes…

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    long hours in the kitchen in order to pay bills. Little did I know that it was a whole other world filled with imagination and flavors that can only be created with dedication and passion. When cooking is done the right way, senses are opened up, cultures are brought to reality, and the true beauty of flavors are enlightened with every dish. To this day, in the culinary field, many techniques, ingredients, styles, and cooks are known. However, everyday that passes by, new cooks are beginning to…

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    international cooking shows such as 24kitchen and Top Chef, on the way people eat and how they prepare their food. The qualitative method was used to find out why cooking shows have more influence on some people than they do on other. Because the media have a lot of influence on the way we live, we hypothesized that watching more cooking shows, increases the change the eating habits of people, in terms of which food products they use and how they serve their food. Cooking show A cooking show…

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