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    Digesting The Hamburger

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    The process of digesting the hamburger you love is not as simple as you would think. It can take up to three days to fully digest the hamburger since it is a more fattier food. The first step of the process is mastication, which begins in your mouth. The food is broken down into smaller pieces by the grinding of teeth and the movement of the tongue. At this point salivary amylase is secreted by the exocrine glands and breaks down the starches and simple sugars from carbohydrates. Once the hamburger is mixed with saliva and mucus, and has formed a ball called a bolus, the tongue pushes it back into the pharynx. From the pharynx, the bolus is directed through the epiglottis, which prevents chocking, and into the esophagus. The food moves through the esophagus by the process of peristalsis and enters the stomach. After the hamburger arrives in the stomach gastric juices are released from the gastric glands, for the action of pepsin. These gastric juices have hydrochloric acid that neutralize the salivary alkaline ph. The hydrochloric acid also activates the pepsinogen, the enzyme to pepsin that breaks down the proteins in the hamburger. The acid also kills any harmful bacteria and other organisms that might be present in the burger. The burger sits in the stomach for about four hours until it gets to the point that its ready to move on and then the bolus of food…

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    Crickets chirping, s’mores roasting, and amazing memories being made, and it all began with a hamburger. The Pan Pepin Hamburger Bun advertisement puts a major emphasis on the importance of a hamburger to a summer camping trip. There are many key elements that go into creating that perfect hamburger, and it all begins with a strong foundation, the hamburger bun. This advertisement uses camping essentials to create the perfect hamburger, specific coloring to show what part of a hamburger each…

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    In this section I am going to examine White Castle Hamburgers. Part of their success comes from being a family ran business, and not a franchise (N.A. n.d.1). White Castle Hamburger has been in business since they opened the first store in Wichita Kansas in1921. It cost $700 dollars to open that first White Castle restaurant. Time Line/menu…

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    Introduction/Purpose The Battle of Hamburger Hill was an intense battle in the Vietnam War that sparked an abundance of controversy. While this battle was only 10 days long, it was one of the bloodiest moments of the Vietnam War, as well as a turning point. Hamburger Hill changed the strategy for how U.S. troops would handle the remainder of the Vietnam War. Definition of the Battle The Battle of Hamburger Hill occurred during Operation Apache Snow. The operation started on May 10th, 1969…

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    my interest dealt with stepping up to a black three point line on the hard concrete basketball court to learning how to tackle opponents in moist and muddy grass. Everyone pays attention to time but does not actually take advantage of how many tasks can be done. I never cared for how long it’ll take me to get to a meeting or simply meeting mom downstairs by a certain time to go grocery shopping. I was highly involved in sports internationally known as basketball and football. As far as my…

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    The Battle of Hamburger Hill is one of the important battles of the Vietnam War, which was fought by the United States and South Vietnam against North Vietnamese forces between 10-20 May 1969. There were a lot of controversies regarding the strategic value of the heavily fortified Hill 937, the US soldiers received the order to capture it via frontal assault. Taking into consideration that soon after the battle it was abandoned, this case caused a lot of debates and controversies in the American…

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    My product chosen is the hamburger, specifically a Mustang Grill hamburger. The Mustang grill is a recent addition to the Huntingdon restaurant scene as a locally owned establishment. The location first opened in the early 1960’s as Tip’s Dairy Creme and was operated for over 30 plus years. Tip sold the business to another local family who continued the tradition of the hamburger until it was sold to an out of town individual. This tenure didn’t seem to work as well and the business was sold…

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    As Paul Rozin has pointed out, food can be frightening—particularly in regards to our bodies and diet (Rozin 1999, 16-21). However, food can be frightening beyond the considerations of the physical individual body. Therefore, this paper seeks to answer the following question: What does it mean for food to be socially frightening (i.e. dangerous for the social and communal body)? By comparing Baks consideration of the role of the McDonalds hamburger in Korea and Kevin Dwyer’s alimentary…

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    Gameday Grille & Patio

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    love a good burger? If so, head to GameDay Grille & Patio and indulge in one of their freshly grilled, mouthwatering hamburgers. This Waynesville, OH, sports restaurant and bar is the perfect place to relax, get a good meal after a day at Caesar’s Creek or a tiring softball game, or maybe you just want to cheer for your favorite sports team. More importantly, GameDay Grille & Patio is the premier place to go for the ultimate burger in all of southwestern Ohio. The top four customer favorites…

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    One of the best fast food chain restaurants in California for their freshness history. First opened its doors in Baldwin Park, California in 1948 by Harry Snyder and his wife Esther Snyder, since then, it became the number one among all the hamburger restaurants around the American Southwest and Pacific coast, for their their simple, but unique menu that as of today still the same in all their locations in the region. Each hamburger is freshly made and comes with simple but savory…

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