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    Over four hundred salads, two hundred sandwiches, and one thousand soups prepared that was the busiest lunch rush in Panera Breads recent history. Panera Bread, of Hadley is a restaurant franchise that serves thousands of customers every day and satisfies the vast majority of them. My job is to train you to be an employee with the necessary patience and training. Training to help develop the know how and muscle memory to become a valued employee at this successful franchise. Congrats on being hired at Panera Bread, Hadley, me as a trainer it is my job to show and describe an average workday very thoroughly step by step. The first step of any workday is being dressed to work with a tucked in collared shirt, pants, an assigned apron with white embroidering, slip resistant shoes and a Panera Bread hat with the mother bread logo. After being dressed to work you can clock in at the registers in the front, then go to the deployment where every worker’s assigned work station is listed. Let’s start with the sandwich station, usually online learning and trainer shadowing come first, but I believe the most effective way of learning is by “jumping head first” so here we go. Before working with the food we need to have washed and gloved hands then I’ll guide you through the breads and ingredients. We have many different kinds of breads cut, baked, and prepared for specific sandwiches, whether it be our tomato basil bread for the bacon turkey bravo or it be the sourdough bread for the…

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    steady supply Menu Morning Favorites Hot Cakes & Bacon (760 cals) Pancakes with a side of smoked bacon. Hot Cakes & Eggs with Bacon (1000 cal) Pancakes & scrambled eggs with a side of smoked bacon. Rancher’s Scrambler (380 cals) Scrambled eggs, peppers, mushrooms, onion & cheddar served with harvest toast (170 cals) & oven-roasted potatoes (150 cals) or fresh fruit (70 cals). Breakfast Sandwiches The Commuter Croissant (550 cals) Scrambled eggs, smoked bacon, cheddar & tomatoes on a flaky…

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    History Of Pizza Essay

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    Pizza There is much iteration of just how pizza became the food that we know and love today. One story says that pizza has been around since the Stone Age when people would bake crude bread on the stones of a fire and after the cooking of this bread they would top it off with different seasonings and toppings. They would use this bread as a plate to sop up broth or gravies (Stradley, p. 1). Another story says that pizza was founded in Naples, by the Greeks, in the 1700s. The story says that…

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    Also, she told me that most Indian food is eaten with fingers or bread used as utensils. There is a wide array of bread served with meals, including naan, a leavened, oven-baked flatbread, and bhatoora, a fried, fluffy flatbread common in North India and eaten with chickpea curry. However, my research indicated that between 20 percent and 40 percent of India 's population is vegetarian. Retrieved from:…

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    Johnnycake Research Paper

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    Varieties of American and Canadian pancakes Bannock is common to virtually all North America's first peoples. The European version (Scotland) was traditionally made of oatmeal. The bannock of Aboriginal people was made of corn, nut meal and plant bulb meal. Each region had its own variation of flour and fruit. Today, bannock is most often deep-fried, pan-fried and oven-baked.[35] Johnnycake (also jonnycake, johnny cake journey cake or Johnny Bread) is a cornmeal flatbread that was an early…

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    It was my fourth attempt at making banana bread. The first attempt, it looked amazing, but crumbled into pieces as soon as I cut a slice. It was too dry because there was too much dry ingredients and less wet ingredients. The second attempt, it tasted like literal white bread. The texture was still dry but lacked sweetness because the bananas weren’t ripe enough and the sugar wasn’t enough. The third attempt, it looked like the flatbread sandwich from Panera. The sweetness was just right but…

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    spokesman, has always gave scientific proof of Subway’s capability of helping us lose weight. Subway you can get a bag of chips on the side, but Taco Bell you can get your taco made out of Doritos, win either way. Both have high standards for cleanliness, the bathrooms are always spotless. Out of all the restaurants these two have incredibly fast services. Now at selected Taco Bell locations you can have a homemade taste waffle taco. Instead of eating all the typical breakfast items…

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    Flippers Pizzeria

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    perfection. • They provide oven baked pizzas with a wide range of toppings to choose from. Starting from anchovies to salami or red onions to Roma tomatoes one can choose their favorite toppings. • They also have a range of tasty appetizers to choose from that are as good as their famous pizzas • They even have amazing sides of fresh salads and the American favorite Buffalo wings in different flavors like BBQ, mild, hot or Garlic Romano. • They serve the popular Brick fried sandwiches, which are…

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    Pizza Research Paper

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    Pizza is a dish that was thought to have been created by the Greeks in the B.C. era. Like the Greeks, many other groups at this time had early pizza-like flat breads such as the Paratha, which was created in India. In Napels, a city in Italy, the term pizza was created during the 1700s by street vendors. The pizza most similar to what we have today was created on June 11, 1889 (a day recounted by historians), and it was created in Italy. It was created by Raffaele Esposito. After this event,…

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    So somewhere down the line, being a vegetarian got a bad rep; every time I tell people I don't eat meat, I get the crazy look like there is something wrong with me. What kills me, is the assumption that people make like I'm missing out in life. Let's not forget, I made this decision. Oh and in case you were wondering, I eat more than just lettuce...ugh and no I don't eat like a rabbit either. Anyways, I thought I would share with you some of my favourite meals that are also super quick to…

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