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  • Suswad Case Study

    Business Concept The new venture is a restaurant serving authentic Indian cuisine. Name of this new venture is “Suswad”. Suswad is situated in the heart of Virginia Beach. The word “Suswad” is a Sanskrit word which means “Good taste”. Suswad serves pure vegetarian Indian cuisine in Indian style in an ambience similar to restaurants in India. In India, large population are vegetarian. Thus, there are many delicious vegetarian dishes popular in India. Suswad prepares Indian vegetarian dishes in Indian style, by Indian cooks. In Indian dishes, a variety of vegetables and used. There are 20-30 basic spices used in Indian cuisines. Indian dishes can be spicy, sour, sweet and hot, all at the same time. (Gauchat, 2016) Suswad has recruited chefs…

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  • How To Write An Essay On Persian Food

    Persian Spice : Treasure of Persian Cuisine Eclectic, ancient, cosmopolitan Persian cuisine has spread its unique style of cuisine from Greece, Rome, Asian and Mediterranean countries. From thousands of years ago, they had gardens and orchards. They grew things like roses, pomegranates, persimmons and dill, so those ingredients made their way into every dish from desserts and drinks to main courses. Hence, they had so many fruits that were native to Iran like dates, grapes and oranges, There are…

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  • Personal Reflective Essay: Chicago Food In India

    We started with halwa puri, a breakfast spread of curry, chickpeas, potatoes and pickled vegetables paired with deep-fried bread. Next up: bhel puri, Indian street fare made of puffed rice, chopped vegetables and tamarind sauce. The flavors exploded as I chewed: savory, tangy and sweet. To cap things off, we sampled thali, a vegetarian lunch that offers a mix of sweet, salt, bitter, sour, astringent and spicy tastes in the form of chutneys, rice, lentils, potatoes, curries and more—all with soft…

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  • Sweet Mahal Case

    HAR 3084: Hotel and Resort Finance and Revenue Management (F2017) Assignment 1 Individual Assignment Submitted By: Aakriti Aneja (C0689962) Submitted To: Prof. Michael Chen Submission Date: October 14, 2017 INTRODUCTION: Sweet Mahal serves an authentic Indian cuisine and they also provide catering services in parties and special events. It is famous in traditional homemade curries in greater Toronto area. They are well…

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  • American Student Observation

    The observation is mainly concentrated on the Indian Students and American Students, which are compare to each other by their intelligence. One of the principals of the observation is that the Indian student seems to be smarter than the American student. This observation is significant to those, who respect the education most and will assist them to stay focused on their education. The model that comes from this observation can help teachers and parents learned how to change their perspective…

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  • Case Study Of Kerala Backwaters Sojourn

    Kerala Backwaters Sojourn At a Glance: Departure from: Kochi Duration: 7 Days/ 6 Nights (7D/ 6N) Price: ______________ Locations Covered: Alleppey, Kochi, Kumarakom, Munnar and Periyar Activities Covered: Visit to Tea Estate, Boat Ride on Lake Periyar, Backwater Houseboat Cruise, Witness Kathakali Dance Performance Difficulty Level: Easy Meal Type(s): Puttu and Kadala Curry, Appam and Stew, Dosa with Kerala-style Sambar, Mussel Stir Fry, Kerala Prawn Curry, Kerala style Beef Fry and Fish…

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  • Essay On Indian Stereotypes

    illegal drugs.” These are stereotypes. Most everything that Americans know about Indians is through either “Slumdog Millionaire” or “Big Bang Theory.” What Influence do stereotypes have on people? What is a stereotype, what stereotypes have Indians faced, what were the reactions to the Indian stereotypes, and what patterns can be seen in stereotypes? Graph showing that most people think of black people to be lazy. What is a stereotype: According to Google definitions, a stereotype is a…

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  • Race And Diversity In Santha Rama Rau's Two Ways To Belong In America?

    “My son, Wind-Wolf, is not an empty glass coming into your class to be filled. He is a full basket coming into a different environment and society with something special to share”(Lake p. 75). These are the dying words of Robert Lake’s essay, An Indian Father’s Plea, regarding his son who was viewed as a slower learner by his teacher. This is one of the many scenarios people face everyday when dealing with one’s culture. The country people are born, the traditions people contain, and the new…

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  • Happy Sushi, By W. B. Yelp !

    appreciate the service, ethnicity, and quality of food that they offer. With my recent relocation of residency I have found myself unable to eat what I am used to when I plan to go out to eat; this is simply because I am ignorant of what is available. I began searching for local, non-chain, restaurants that serve good quality food at a reasonable price. There were two establishments that caught my eye right off the bat, Happy Sushi and Gateway to India. I have always enjoyed eating sushi, and…

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  • Beachwood Swot Analysis

    3. Food truck. It would be a good idea to have an Indian food truck around the city. Sell food in gas stations, shopping centers, and keep driving until all the food is sold out. It will create an idea of how much customers are in need of Indian food in different locations. External Threats: 1. Competing restaurants represent a big threat for us, also many new openings Around Beachwood is many new openings of restaurants, and competitors who could be a serious threats for our business. We…

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