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  • Essay On New Jersey

    New Jersey you can walk into any pizzeria and know that you will be getting a high-quality product. The same goes for bagels. If you order a bagel in New Jersey, you can rest assured that what you are getting is going to be delicious and what you expect a bagel to be. The other type of dining that I miss when I leave New Jersey is diner food. Diners in New Jersey are notoriously the best diners in the country. If you want pancakes at 1 A.M, New Jersey Diners are the place for you. The Greeks have found a way to assimilate to New Jersey Culture, and that is by opening fantastic diners. Most of them serve food 24 hours a day, they are always affordable, and provide outstanding serving sizes. Diners are the only eating establishments a person really needs. The menus are comprehensive, and have something for everyone. Everyone in New Jersey has his or her favorite local diner, and usually knows the owners by name. In my last diner meal before leaving for school, Mr. Matthews, the owner of my beloved “Pompton Queen Diner”, covered my meal as my goodbye present. That is all you need to know about the family atmosphere and love that comes from New Jersey diners. Another thing that I am missing from New Jersey’s cuisine is Taylor Ham. If you ask the typical Pennsylvanian what Taylor Ham is, they will have no clue. Taylor Ham is the ultimate breakfast meat. It goes perfectly as a side to eggs, or on a bagel. Yet on a Saturday morning, after a long night, I am unable to get my…

    Words: 1937 - Pages: 8
  • The Silver Diner: A Short Story

    It was Ashley’s first day working at The Silver Diner. She was feeling like she was going to throw up anytime soon because she was so nervous. Ashley had an odd personality. She has been known at other jobs for being late to work, disorganized, and very clumsy. She was so short that people sometimes didn’t see her and would trip over her. She has a lot of freckles and very stylish hair. She had just moved from California to Texas for her dad’s job. She was so shy and nervous. “Mom, I don’t want…

    Words: 735 - Pages: 3
  • Diner Descriptive Writing

    It is mid-december in Seattle, I pull my coat tighter to my body as I walk home from work. It's 2:47am, I've only just finished my late shift at the diner. I begin thinking about my family back in Portland, what happened last spring, as I often do. I can still feel the scorching heat. Lost in my thoughts, I must've taken a wrong turn. When I look up I am in a dark alley way, and I have absolutely no idea where I am. I stop walking and look around, trying to find anything familiar to give me a…

    Words: 875 - Pages: 4
  • Betty's Diner Play Analysis

    My expectations walking towards the production for “Betty’s Diner” were not very high. I was not looking forward to seeing the play because I really dislike musicals. The singing after every six minutes bored me as a child watching movie musicals so why would I want to watch them now? As a kid I was unable to watch “High School Musical” and most other musical movies because the singing absolutely annoyed me whenever a character felt any type of emotion. All of my experiences of past musicals had…

    Words: 1242 - Pages: 5
  • Descriptive Essay On Ruby's Diner

    Ruby’s Diner Once or twice a year I visit my mother. She lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado with my step-dad. One of my favorite things to do is to go eat at Ruby’s Diner with my mother, Amanda, and step-dad, Roma. After about 7 hours total at the airports and a two hour drive I am extremely hungry, but I am also very excited. For the first day, of my ten day visit, we’re going to one of my favorite restaurants, Ruby’s Diner. It is the heavens of freshly smoked meats. Everyday they cook and…

    Words: 943 - Pages: 4
  • Hope In The Welcome Stairways Diner

    I Think the Character Hope Yancy Could be my friend. Hope’s personality is hopefulness. While Hope was working as a waitress at a diner in Brooklyn, New York and Addie was the head cook. The owner had something secretive planned up his sleeve. The owner, Gleason Beal ran away with all the diners money and stole Charlene a night waitress from her husband. Later on in the book Hope describes Gleason Beal as a, “Robber. Stealer. Purloiner (I like that one). larcenist. pilferer. poacher.…

    Words: 740 - Pages: 3
  • Out Of All Them Bright Stars Analysis

    author could have done this intentionally to get her point across on how people shouldn’t judge any one on one’s appearance. As John walks in and makes his appearance into the diner without making a scene, or saying anything whatsoever, he gets judged and humiliated. Instead of greeting John and presenting themselves to him, the people in the diner criticize him, simply because of the way he looks. The customers in the diner, along with the other waitresses…

    Words: 1251 - Pages: 6
  • This Great Calamity: The Irish Famine Analysis

    mass emigration of the Irish, or that this emigration was bound to happen anyway. Many historians have established their positions on this issue, including Christine Kinealy and Hasia R. Diner. Kinealy, the author of This Great Calamity: The Irish Famine 1845-52, argues that the British are to blame for this mass emigration from Ireland. In contrast Hasia, the author of Where They Came From Erin’s Daughters in America: Irish Immigrant Women in the Nineteenth Century, explains that the British…

    Words: 958 - Pages: 4
  • Mcdonalds Anti Social Norms Experiment

    Assessment 1.9 Research Results for Submission Form Observing social norms at a McDonalds diner The following experiment will be assessing the way people behave in at McDonald diner at rush hour. Research Question(s) or Hypothesis Hypothesis: The McDonalds diner environment will elicit fast pasted eating therefore anti-social behaviour. Are people using McDonalds as a social setting? Instruments -Pen -Paper -Observing diners Methodology (100-300 words) Describe the process in order,…

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  • The Hitcher Analysis

    Hitcher, released in 19XXX, takes place more on a dusty, desert road than in a diner, but one scene in particular that lands as a fan favourite among many people is the scene of C. XXX confronting Ruther RXXX's XXX in a diner. The scene only runs about XXX minutes, but the menacing and commanding performance by RugeXXX and XXX's destroyed and shattered XXX makes the scene captivating. It is a tense 3-minutes of filmmaking from director Robert Harmon and writer Eric Red (XXX). As most already…

    Words: 526 - Pages: 3
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