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    As I jumped out of the car ready to start the new vacation I was amazed by the vast size of the ship and all I would do this week. The Ocean Spray hit me as we entered the dock. I could not believe I was finally here after what felt like years of waiting for this trip. The ship was a huge Carnival and it had a slide on the top it was a shade of bright red and made me think of a water park in the midst of summer and walking towards the ship I could not stop looking at it. The slide was peaked on the top of the cruise and was the highest point except of course for the funnel. As we entered the cruise ship we were greeted by the large monumental Lobby.The size of the lobby seemed to be at least half the size of the ship I felt like miniscule being as I fought the urge to say and admire the grand lobby The rushing of waves pounding against the vast cruise ship as we entered caught me off balance as I stumbled to catch my feet. I stepped on the pink and orange marble floor in the lobby of the ship it smelled like the misty ocean salty air. It was as beautiful as doves ready to take flight. I was thinking of all the amazing things I would do on this cruise in the next week. As I looked around the lobby something caught my eye. It was a glass elevator even the bottom was made of glass. As I looked at it I realized that everyone was in line for it. I pleaded to my mom “Can we please ride up to our rooms on the elevator” “Yes please” my sister joins in “Fine but we ALL will have to…

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    Stretching all the way from the Bosporus Strait in the west to the Diomede Islands in the east, Asia is not only the planet's largest continent but also it's most populous with 4.4 billion people calling it home. Following Marco Polo’s epic tale of an overland journey to China in the late 1,200’s and the marvels he encountered upon the Silk Road before arriving at the great market in Peking , the Venetian travellers exploits spurred a new wave of explorers to find a safer, quicker way to the…

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    difficulties in keeping Japanese food culture alive. The second reading assigned was “Domesticating Western Food in Japan, a Comparative Introduction”, by Katarzyna Cwiertka. This reading discusses how the Japanese changed Western foodways in order to make them fit in their culture. The Japanese wanted to use Western foods, but first they had to make them less alien. Some methods to accomplish “domestication” include replacing foreign ingredients with well-known ingredients and cooking…

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    Essay On Brazil Food

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    One meal that is very important is lunch, it usually consist of a significant meal and usually ends with a strong cup of coffee. Dinner is also an important meal in Brazilian culture it usually consists of soup, salads and vegetables, pasta is another common dish for dinner. According to British food blogger Rosana Mcphee diets in Brazil usually consist of rice and beans, and are usually mixed with some form of protein, salads, or a farofa, also according to Mcphee each region in Brazil has…

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    Have you ever sat at home and just got the urge for a pizza? We all do this but some of us simply go to the closest pizza shop and get a greasy, overpriced pizza, feel unhealthy the next morning and regret buying the pizza, as well as having less money in our pockets. I have done this plenty of times. I would be much better off if I thought about my decision before just jumping in the car and going to the nearest place. From this moment onwards, I know where I will be going for a pizza even if…

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    and how quickly I improved. By the time I reached middle school, I began to identify myself as a jock. I played for the school basketball team and spent almost every day practicing. Sometime around sixth grade, I had to do a project about my heritage and from that point on I became very interested in my own culture. I am half Mexican and half European which creates a very interesting mix of cultures. My mom’s family came from France, Scotland and Germany and settled in Mississippi, Tennessee…

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    environmental problems, including significant chemical pollution from factory discharges and waste dumping, but the main threat to its biodiversity probably stems from deforestation and other natural habitat losses. Mexico’s main religion is Roman Catholic. 88 percent of the population is Roman Catholic. Mexican diet contains relatively high intakes of legumes and dietary fiber; it also was high in cholesterol. Contrary to our hypothesis, those consuming the traditional Mexican diet pattern had…

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    factories take up more land than organically reared animals. That land could be used for farming or ranching. The gathering of the soya uses a lot of fossil fuels. The shipping is a down factor of saving the environment too, let’s say for example, the tofu has to be shipped to Britain, where the weather is not good for growing meat substitutes, that shipping is worse for the planet than eating organically reared animals (M). For thousands of years the forests have been being destroyed. Now…

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    Teriyaki Sauce

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    The Introduction and Popularization of Teriyaki Sauce in United States from the 1940s to 1990s “Te ri(照り)” means light, glowing and shining, and “Ya ki(焼き)” means a way of cook and grill in Japanese (Trang 87). Teriyaki is a direct translation of the word “Teriyaki” in Japanese. Teriyaki is used as a traditional Japanese cooking style that involves grilling food with a special sauce called Teriyaki sauce. Teriyaki sauce are familiar to most people in the world, including Americans. Many people…

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    hospitality that New Jersey is known for, and a cavalcade of terrific bars serving great beers, wines, and cocktails, it’s hard to go wrong during a night on the town in Somerset. Here is an abbreviated list of some of the best that this New Jersey has to offer. Restaurants Somerset’s restaurants range in cuisine from simple American faire to delights from the Far East and from Italian trattoria staples, to the cuisine of France. Regardless of which or the following Somerset restaurants you…

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