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    Cycle Menu Research Paper

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    It’s an honor to be here today. I know that there were many firms going after this account and you could have gone with any of them. You decided to come to Kram Consultants firm and we are so honored to have you in the fold, we are honored to have you become part of our family. We look forward to working closely with you and your team to make Restaurant Saveur the number one place on earth. The makeup of a menu depends on the type of food you serve. I know that may sound simple, but most restaurants are institution thrive off that concept. The concept of making a menu that will get people in the door. You should always build from that and then grow out from it. If you were not do this simple task you might not be in business much longer. Live to serve the people. The place that uses this concept are golden corral, chick-fil-a The differences between static and cycle menu is consistency. Which meaning that on the static menu you get the same thing every day. “A static menu is one that offers the same dishes every day” (Professional Cooking, 7th Edition) on a cycle menu you get a variety that comes around every 7 days are however long the cycle is. “A cycle menu is one that changes every day for a certain period (Professional Cooking, 7th Edition). The difference between à la Carte and table d’hôte ae is being in the know. I say that because with à la Carte you know how much something is going to cost. “is one in which each individual item is listed separately, with its own…

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    social inclusion of Cambodian Americans into an American society is different from many other South eastern countries. The Cambodians was one of the many ethnic groups to be labeled as refugees, and because they were refugees they tend to stay to themselves. Cambodians value their family structures so they do not want to give up their previous ways of life. Assimilating to the American culture is very difficult to many Cambodian families, due to cultural differences, physical and mental trauma,…

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    no clothes, no families, and no money. Located in Southeast Asia, Cambodia is a country less than half the size of California. From 1975 to 1979 the people of this country were living in the most unbearable conditions. This is due to the fact that on April 17, 1975 Pol Pot commenced mass murders of the upper and middle class Cambodians. Starvation spread like a disease throughout Cambodia because of past government issues, the work of the Khmer Rouge, and failed attempts of aid. Not only was…

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    Historically, war have been a vital between counties for control over each other. For century war have been fought mainly over power and control. The battle over power and control have led to the matter of life and death, a path either to safety or to begin ruin, but in all cases it led to death and ruin many individuals home and life’s. Likewise, War has been and still is one ways or reason to influence and the spread of “culture”, “civilization” and mostly importantly “religion” (Michael Lee…

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    killing 25 percent of Cambodia's population(Pol). Through raising tensions between local countries and Cambodia, the Cambodian Killing Fields were considered to be one of the worst genocides in history that has lasting effects on Cambodia today. Background In 1969, Pol Pot had become the leader of the communist party in Cambodia. He eventually fled into the jungle where he hid from the prince of Norodom Sihanouk, the leader of Cambodia and raised an army called the Khmer Rouge; consisting of…

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    In the non-fictional story Alive in the Killing Fields, Nawuth Keat, who is a survivor of the Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia tells his story. The author conveys the fact that the citizens of Cambodia faced hardships and this actually happened to them. The Khmer Rouge was the name given to the followers of the Communist Party based in Kampuchea, Cambodia. The Khmer Rouge did all kinds of harsh things such as home invasions,…

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    Pol Pot: Beast of the Southeast Of all the cruel and horrendous tyrants history has bedeviled upon humanity, Pol Pot is among the most evil and unforgiving. It was under his rule that from 1975 to 1979, millions of innocent lives were snuffed out during an event known as the Cambodian Genocide. The Cambodian Genocide was an effort by the tyrannical government of Cambodia, known as the Khmer Rouge, to establish a perfect communist utopia. They planned to do this by disposing of anyone in the…

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    The Cambodian Genocide was an event where a mass amount of Cambodians were killed for their ethnic differences. The website states, “The Cambodian Genocide took place in Cambodia, a country in Southeast Asia. It began shortly after Cambodia’s seizure of power from the government of Lon Nol in 1975 and lasted until the Khmer Rouge was overthrown by the Vietnamese in 1978. North Vietnamese forces seized South Vietnam’s capital, Saigon, and by the Khmer Rouge and its leader, Pol Pot, in 1975.”…

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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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    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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