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  • Analysis Of Courtroom 302 By Steve Bogira

    first characters he introduces are the policemen that form the guard force of the Cook County Jail. These men are employed by the Cook County Sheriff’s office, who relatively speaking do not conduct themselves in a manner that will win them a meritorious citation but perhaps instead a letter of reprimand. The officers of Cook County Jail are cold and callous to the inmates they ridicule them and take no interest in the concerns that are risen by inmates. The inmate to officer ratio is substantial leading to a need for officers to be firm in their stance and unable (or some unwilling) to show any form of compassion or leniency to inmates. The defendants that Bogira has chosen to take a closer look at, work together to form a wide scooping view of the men and women that are currently facing criminal processing in today’s justice system. The defendants of Courtroom 302 not restricted to simply the poor, minority or degenerate offender as portrayed on television, they instead represent the entire social makeup of America defendants are not limited to any such socio-economic class. The majority of inmates at Cook County, just as in a vast majority of criminal institutions nationwide, are minority men facing felony level charges that stem from the use, possession of or attempt to purchase drugs. As readers are introduced to the defendants that will fill the dockets of the various courtrooms in Cook County, they are also introduced to their families or lack thereof. The final role…

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  • Cook County Sheriff Case Study

    Epilogue Despite a worldwide manhunt, the Cook County DA was never able to bring Jack Purdy to justice. Maggie Bottomly was eventually reelected and served another four years as Cook County Sheriff. Her dreams of going to Washington never materialized after Richard Sawyer pulled his financial support. As for Deputy Sheriff Remington, he never served day one as Cook County Sheriff, having been defeated by ex-Sheriff Stan Baca four-years later in a runoff election. To this day, Bottomly has no…

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  • An Analysis Of Who Cooks By Anthony Bourdain

    Ever wonder who is cooking the food in the kitchens of America’s favorite restaurants? Anthony Bourdain answered this question in his article titled “Who Cooks?” Anthony Bourdain is a chef, writer and has been featured on some reality television shows. He discussed how the line cooks are not who most people think they are; they are not professionals but instead they are non-American men who cannot make it elsewhere according to his experience. Line cooking involves mindless repetition that not…

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  • Comparing Lee And Abra In East Of Eden By John Steinbeck

    Who knew a rich young white girl and an old Chinese cook could have so much in common? Of all the characters in the book, East of Eden, by John Steinbeck, the two that seem to share the closest and purest bond are Lee and Abra. Lee is the cook for the Trasks, and Abra is the daughter of the rich county supervisor, but even though they come from very different walks of life, their differences bring them as close as their similarities do. From the beginning, Lee and Abra seem very different…

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  • Chef Research Papers

    “Cooking is like painting or writing a song. Just as there are only so many notes or colors, there are only so many flavors, it is how you combine them that sets you apart.” -Wolfgang Puck. According to, a chef is someone who is a professional cook, typically the chief cooks in a restaurant or hotel. The word chef comes from the french term chef de cuisine, which means director or head of the kitchen. The profession is getting “much more acclaim and and media attention than ever…

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  • Sung Kong Rollercoaster Life Analysis

    Inside Sung Kook Hong’s Rollercoaster Life The stainless steel knife, the wooden cutting board, the raw fish, and the white rice all became something that he would see often and become used to handling. Sung Kook Hong was soon going to be given a certificate of completion of school and later a badge to become the main chef of a restaurant. He brings back his memory of graduation day where the students of the culinary school and their parents came together to receive a certificate and he…

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  • Career Essay: A Career As A Personal Chef

    chef, specifically “for busy corporate women who didn’t want their children to glow in the dark” (qtd. in Careers in Focus). Americans are now busier than ever, and newfound dietary requirements have paved the way for chefs who specialize in certain cuisines and are able to accommodate requests. Those who are looking to eat food that is both healthy and appealing to their tastes find that personal chefs can meet all of these requirements. For people very strict diets, disabilities, or even…

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  • The Pa Knife Oppenheimer Analysis

    “The Paring Knife” by Michael Oppenheimer. The theme of this story is that even if arguments happen, things can always get better. In the Paring Knife, a husband and a wife had been cleaning their kitchen, and the husband found a paring knife under the refrigerator. The husband had a memory of how that got there. The husband and the wife had had a big dinner with each other and they got drunk. When they were drunk they went and slept together. But while they were in bed together, they had an…

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  • How To Start A Workout Essay

    It was a shock to me, but I didn’t let that situation overwhelm me. I ran to call the maintenance man to report the problem. I was a bit annoyed about what happened to me, it was my bad luck that was following me that day. After lunch the time for the departmental “cook” came quickly. It was almost as if “Father Time” sped it up for the cook to happen quickly. Everyone was outside and contributing to getting the pot ready in one way or the other. Some were responsible for food preparation,…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Internship Experience

    When I started the process for the Internship at Buffalo Wild Wings, I set up different goals for myself that I wanted to accomplish by the end of the Internship in each department that I worked during the Internship. In the Kitchen Department, I was able to learn the proper procedure for creating each dish by shadowing the cooks and Kitchen Manager. I was able to meet this goal by shadowing Wing Certificate Trainer (WCT) and the Kitchen Manager, not only did I learn the dishes by shadowing WCT…

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