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  • Ramen Essay

    The Ramen Diet It 's almost midnight and you 're still up studying. You hear your stomach rumble and you just realize you haven 't eaten yet. There 's not enough time for you to cook something up and you don 't want to eat a snack. The perfect solution, ramen. In a few minutes your cup noodles are ready for you to eat. Have you ever noticed that a lot of students tend to eat cup ramen more than other foods? They 're on this budget called the ramen diet. Ramen first appeared in Japan in 1910, when Chinese cooks, at a restaurant in Tokyo, tried to make a signature dish using broth and Chinese noodles. Chinese noodles are more yellow and elastic then Japanese noodles. Their dough was kneaded with kansui, a sodium carbonate infused mineral water.…

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  • College Roommate Essay

    ensure you to handle the idiosyncrasies of your roommate and how to resolve the situation. You may have the weekday partier, that has no care in the world to what day it is- in stumbles your roomie at all hours of the night, curious to why you are sleeping. Find a lobby or a quiet toned area to get your studies finished. Or you might even have the sex machine, to their credit they might place a sock on the door notifying you to stay aware of the event behind the door. If this is the case, set…

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  • Narrative Essay On Working In Prison

    The prison had a terrible smell, the closest comparison would be ramen noodles, and rat droppings mixed together. On-The-Job training, (OJT) was mediocre and pointless. All of the Officers that were supposed to train me, did nothing but complain about having a “new boot” with them and often joined in with the Offenders in picking on me for being new. After the OJT was completed, I was assigned to work in General Population, which is where all of the minimum custody offenders were housed. Being…

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  • Analysis Of Tampopo By Juzo Itami

    In Japanese film there is a flowing trend of a desexualized mothers. In this essay the interpretation is of both Japanese Horror, and Japanese Noodle Western. In movies such as Like Dark Water and Tampopo the reoccurring trend of the asexual mother is shown. Through the articles of The Ambivalent Self of the Contemporary Japanese, Filming “Chinatown: Fake Visions, Bodily Transformations, and Introduction to Japanese Horror Film the mix of the Western, Japanese and Chinese’s cultures intertwined.…

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  • Letter To Miley Cyrus's Song 'Wrecking Ball'

    Thank goodness you are here officer Ramponi. I was robbed while I was in my backyard karaoking and choreographing to Miley Cyrus’s song, “Wrecking Ball”. I was in the middle of the song about to jump on the wrecking ball when I saw a man holding one of my favorite art pieces. I tried running after him, but I tripped on the hammer I was using for the video and he got away. I am going to file a robbery report and I am going to describe to you my art piece because I am going to need it back as soon…

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  • Nestle India Case Study

    Maggi What Xerox is to photocopier and Colgate to toothpaste, Maggi is to noodles in India – Economic times, May 21st 2003 1 Introduction Nestlé India, the Indian subsidiary of Nestlé SA, introduced the Maggi brand in India in 1982, with launch of instant noodles - Maggi 2 Minute Noodles. Nestle India created a new category in the packaged food segment. Nestle India’s first-mover advantage helped to establish and retain its position as a leader in its category. Over the years, Nestle…

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  • Spicy Ramen Rice Casserole Analysis

    Sitting around the hardwood table in the dormitory, we constructed together a meal that we felt embodied the term “comfort food” for all of us. This recipe, called Spicy Ramen Rice Casserole, held the desirable characteristics we sought after such as: spiciness, home-style flavor, and warmth. Most of the ingredients for this recipe came from Jewel grocery stores and ranged in price from $2.79 for both the beef ramen and the cheesy rice to the pre-cooked meat at $3.99. The jalapeños and hot sauce…

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  • Ramen Noddle Soup: A Short Story

    The beauty behind the perfect picture of the best experience of my life has a history on how it was created. Brooklyn had welcomed many people into the home of the free. It wasn’t as easy as making Ramen Noddle Soup, but, I’ve survived the struggle to share the struggle, through the power of words. This is the story of myself, playing the role as Amelia Persad. It’s amazing how I could be able to reflect on myself that 17 years of my life has passed by, as if tomorrow had just became today.…

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  • Essay About Japanese Cuisine

    It combination of wheat noodle, meat, and soup made from stock. Depend on the soup, ramen can be divided into difference names such as Shio (“salt”), Tonkotsu (“pork bone”), Shoyu (“soy sauce”), and Miso ramen. Moreover, other versions of ramen can be found throughout Japan. The first time I knew to this dish, when I watched the movie “Ramen Girl.” It is about a modern woman try to become a ramen chef. The movie gave me the inspiration to understand the Japanese cuisine. If a chef puts his…

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  • Ebisu Research Paper

    "Ebisu is part of Shibuya-ku and close to Daikanyama. Recently, this area is changed rapidly, such as establishing many shopping plazas or restaurants. People think that Ebisu is one of a trendy/fashionable neighborhood because there are many spiffy looking people are working or living and luxury restaurants are in this area. However, not only these restaurants, but also famous ramen restaurants or any other reasonable price restaurants or Izakaya are existed. You can enjoy both atmospheres at…

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