Chocolate cake

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  • Personal Narrative: A Recipe For Success

    A recipe for success. I like cake, Do you like cake? Have you ever creeped into the kitchen at night and took a little slice? Cake is so good we’d eat it raw; that's right even the batter is good! You have so many flavors; vanilla, chocolate, red velvet, and I think everyone's favorite pound cake!! If i told you right now all cake was the same, you all would look at me crazy. Nevertheless, cake comes in different flavors and styles, but they all contain these basic ingredients. Flour, eggs, and…

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  • Ponyboy's P. O. V.: A Short Story

    I think it was over the cake. It may have seemed like nothing, but Steve and Soda never fought. The two of them had been in the kitchen goofing off and rough-housing as usual, when Steve had gone into the icebox to get a piece of chocolate cake. The last piece of chocolate cake. "Hey Steve. Give me a slice." Soda had asked him. "Can't. This is the last one." He had told him, mouth full of cake. "Well give me a bite." "No way!" Steve…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Love For Baking

    always a second, third and etc. My roommate, Joselin was not into baking but when she saw me doing it mostly everyday she got inspired to trying it. She has harder classes then me so she gets stressed more and one day she told me “I tried baked a chocolate bread and felt good to take a break from always doing homework.” That made me happy to see she got a time to herself because she is usually always doing her doing homework it is good to have a stress reliever once in a while. It should show…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Wilton Cake

    and right then I knew that’s what I wanted to do. I make cakes for family and friends whenever I can and also took some Wilton cake decorating classes. I even took 2 years of ceramics classes and an AP 3D art class to better my skill. I like the idea that I can replicate something while making it edible as well. I love working with fondant, gum paste, and modeling chocolate. My most recently favorite cake I made was a large sheet cake for my band director when he graduated his masters. I…

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  • Characteristics Of A Pastry Chef

    A pastry chef is a master baker and dessert artist. They typically make cakes, chocolates, tarts, pies and other delectable creations. But these items are limited only but the creativity of the pastry chef. However, it takes more than just having a sweet tooth to become a pastry chef. Only a few know that it requires intense amount of skills and work to be able to create any one of those desserts. A few qualities are required to be a pastry chef. One of the qualities that a pastry chef requires…

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  • Sauerkraut-Personal Narrative

    is visible, for it is covered by various types of pies, cakes and other desserts. Although I am already stuffed to the brim, I can’t resist. The sight makes my mouth water. I feel like a child on Christmas morning. The only difference is that there are no presents and a table of food instead. I make my way to the table and gaze at the options. There are so many to choose from. I see my grandmother's famous homemade peanut butter chocolate cake, and decide on that. As I go back to my seat, I am…

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  • Hobbit And The Lord Of The Rings: A Comparative Analysis

    Introduction-: I have been in interested in culinary arts from a very young age, when I helped my grandmother prepare meals in her cramped kitchen. When she passed on, I took up cooking alone by trying out recipes I found online. Beyond tweaking recipes I found, I had not really created my own recipes. This capstone project based on J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy was a perfect opportunity for me to explore how to create recipes and do so using natural ingredients,…

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  • Thomas Nagel Free Will Analysis

    Thomas Nagel ponders the concept of free will. In order to better discuss the subject, Nagel sets out a scenario. In Nagel’s scenario, you are to the desserts in a cafeteria line and are presented with the option between a wedge of chocolate cake and a peach. You take the cake, even though you know that is very fattening. Later, you come to regret your decision, saying “I could have had a peach instead.” Nagel focuses on this phrase and wonders if it is true. Nagel points out that this phrase…

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  • Maxi Pad: A Short Story

    First, it was dark. Then, I opened my eyes. Damn this daylight savings time, it's 7:50 and it's still dark outside. I don't care that it's morning. I'm already late for school. There's no reason to not sleep even more. It's not like anyone at school is going to care that i'm not there. Except Maxine, but she's my best friend. She kind of has to care about me, but no one is forcing her to care about me. I was asleep for a little while before I received a text from Maxine that woke me up. Her…

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  • My Observation Into The Classroom

    During indoor exploration in the house area C.P. walked over to the basket picked up a doll and a blanket. Then she walked over to A.M. and stated, “Here baby crying wants mommy.” A.M. covered the doll with the blanket and said, “Okay”. Succeeding, C.P and A.M. walked over to where the stove was located. C.P. picked up a pot placed it on the stove then she picked up a carrot, apple, and bread and placed it in the pot. Next, she stirred them with a small wooden red spoon. Alondra held the…

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