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  • Migration Interview Essay

    Moving or immigration from one country to another is an essential dimension of contemporaneous globalization. For this global flows ethnographic exercise, I am assigned to interview one of my classmates - Renee Palmer. As soon as I was aware that I was teamed up with Renee, I sent her an email first to introduce myself as well as provided her my cell phone so to keep each other posted on this assignment. Per our conversation via emails, we decided to meet on Skype on Tuesday night, around 7.p.m,…

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  • Teriyaki Sauce

    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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  • Causal Essay On Brazil

    The dish was created because of the fish that was provided by the Atlantic Ocean. It has been embedded in the Brazilian culture and cuisine for at least three hundred years. Moqueca is basically a salt water fish stew with vegetables and seasonings like coriander and garlic. The dish is based off of the African style of cooking and Portuguese depending on the way it is made. Sword fish…

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  • Enchiladas Research Paper

    meals. You can buy them in the store fresh or frozen to make quickly at home. Tex-Mex and Mexican food are very much the same and different; yet, they remain more similar than people know. “Tex-Mex is practically new in the grand structure of world cuisines (it’s only been around for about 150 years), it's still evolving” (Fain 153). Anyone from Texas has heard of cheese enchiladas found all over Texas and Mexico. A lot of Texans miss this dish when traveling or living in a different part of…

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  • Deep Dish Pizza History

    The remix is not an unfamiliar word to us; most people know it is a part of a larger process of adaptation. A remix involves many resources by adding, removing and changing the original parts like the modes, genres, and materials into something completely different or opposite. Remix is everywhere it could be movies, and music or even pizza. This food, which is pizza has gone beyond the language and culture barrier, acceptance by the national consumers. But this food actually comes from where…

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  • Vietnamese Immigrants Culture Analysis

    frequently go to the temple in Lunar New Year. More than a festival, Lunar New Year is an opportunity for the whole family, friends and meet together, talk together with Vietnamese immigrants’ community. It is the opportunity to taste the hometown cuisines, and remind them to remember their…

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  • Donatello's Commercial Analysis

    The commercial for Fratello’s really caught my eye in the amazing way that it was shoot. The interlocking scenes of their delicious looking meal options, friendly staff, and happy patrons really did a great job at showcasing what kind of restaurant that it is. It was the food though that really set this advertisement apart from the rest for me. Between the scenes of the finished product and the preparation of the food, it made me drool a little. It defiantly put me in the mood for some delicious…

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  • Pizza Stone

    1. Whether you trust this story or not, there's no denying that a pizza stone genuinely improves the taste and surface of hand crafted pizza, without the requirement for a particular pizza broiler that is the sacred vessel of pizza-cooking. 2. In reality, in case you're a colossal pizza enthusiast and don't have room schedule-wise or cash to introduce a customary stone pizza stove, at that point the best way to get the gourmet comes about you long for at a small amount of the cost is to buy a…

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  • Italian American Discourse Community

    The Italian American Discourse Community During the past couple of weeks I have been observing the Italian discourse community, which I am apart of as my immediate family are Italian-Americans. Through the many observations, I have been able to grasp a better understanding on how distinct the Italian-American community is in comparison to the other communities around me. I examined the community Italian-American discourse community rigorously and I found many characteristics that make the…

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  • Restaurant Analysis

    It was our last night in Tokyo. As much as I was sad to leave this intriguing city, I was excited to try one of the best sushi restaurants in the city. The trip ended with one of the most memorable meals of my life. The restaurant was tucked in a tangle of alleyways in a quiet, residential area of Tokyo. Small, welcoming and clean: the restaurant’s exterior represented the delicate and exquisite food that we were about to taste. Two elderly chefs, who were behind the counter, were filleting a…

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