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  • Descriptive Essay On Red Lobster

    After a night out my friends and I decided to treat ourselves and eat out. We debated about where to go until we finally agreed on Red Lobster. A restaurant whose slogan is “where we see food differently”. Being an establishment that prides itself on serving fresh seafood and excellent service every guest should expect this when choosing them as their dining option. However, upon entering the Erie Red Lobster, you are welcomed by a cliché atmosphere, compiled with service that lacks hospitality, and food that has poor quality. As soon as we walked through the door we were greeted and put on a wait. The host told us it would only be a short wait “10-15 minutes”. While we waited in the lobby, which is cramped area with only two wooden benches placed against either wall, we were surrounded by tacky décor. Although Red Lobster is a renowned seafood restaurant, the decorations scream Long John Silvers. There are signal flags encased in picture frames that spell out “FISH”. I wonder who thought of that one. Every wall has a picture of a lighthouse or boat. The pictures are printed on canvas and painted over with a thick clear coat to give a hand painted look. There are model semi-boats and a model barometer/thermometer on the wall. The bamboo plants, which I am not sure how they tie into seafood, are overgrown, dying and covered in dust. Thrown in amongst the bamboo plants are artificial plants that are very elementary and blatantly fake. Why waste money on real plants, if…

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  • Summary: Comparison Between Shellfish And Shell Bead

    The Comparison between Shellfish and Shell Beads in North and South Africa Ava Van Natta Anthropology 2 Professor Acabado December 1, 2017 What is evolution? The denotative meaning is “the process by which different kinds of living organisms are thought to have developed and diversified from earlier forms during the history of the earth”. Simply put, it is the ability to adapt to new environments, thus increasing your rate of survival. This adaptation can be…

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  • Correlation Between Shellfish And The Estimation Of Heavy Metal Shrimp

    Results and Discussion Shellfish is considered a good indicator for environmental pollution with heavy metals, simply because it can accumulate high levels of these metals. However, these organisms are considered valuable source for animal derived protein, vitamins and essential trace elements, especially for people living nearby sea. Thus, estimating the residual levels of these metals, in particular the toxic ones, assessment of the possible human health risks and trying to find effective…

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  • Serfsafe Food Safety

    ServSafe Food Safety and the Dangers of Undercooked Shellfish Shellfish selections tend to be plentiful on summer happy hour and appetizer menus for their versatility and fresh taste, but, with the heat of spring and summer warming the Gulf of Mexico, the Atlantic Coast and waters in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, serving shellfish during the summer months creates a rise in the risk of spreading a food-borne illnesses due to Vibrio infections. This week, we'll briefly discuss how to cook and…

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  • Threats And The Future Of Shellfishing

    Cod has changed dramatically over the years, and because of these changes, there are serious impediments happening to the shellfish aquaculture expansion (Brennessel, 2008). The most important threat that is occurring presently is water quality. Years of increasing population with concomitant residential development, unaccompanied by wastewater infrastructure has resulted in nitrogen pollution (Ashworth, n.d.). On the cape, around 85% of the population uses septic systems, which removes harmful…

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  • Cadmium: Affecting Human Health At Low Levels

    Cd can be found in different areas, such as soil, water, plants, and food, etc. The environmental pollutant generates accumulated levels in plants and soils, and then Cd goes in the food chain. Besides, the industrial applications and anthropogenic activities increase the Cd cumulation in animal based food and plant based food. For example, Cd can be found in rice, shellfish, vegetable in contaminated area of Thailand, and it can be found that shellfish contain Cd in Vietnam, etc. (3)…

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  • Connection Between Morality And Religion Essay

    In the Euthyphro Dilemma, Euthyphro also supports the Divine Command Theory, believing that the gods determine what is right and wrong. The dilemma raises the question, “is the pious loved by the gods because it is pious, or is it pious because it is loved by the gods?" What Euthyphro believes is, “what is dear to the gods is pious, what is not is impious,” which follows the constitutive belief (Plato 11). One who is in support of the evidential theory believes that God makes commands because…

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  • Ciguatera Fish Poisoning

    with ciguatoxins produced by dinoflagellates. This causes various gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and dysuria, and later neurologic symptoms such as vertigo, ataxia, and seizures. Scombroid fish poisoning (SFP), also known as histamine fish poisoning, is due to the consumption of improperly handled/stored fish. The bacterial spoilage of finfish releases high levels of histamines that cause symptoms in humans such as flushing, headaches, bitter taste, cramps, nausea,…

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  • How Does Ocean Acidification Affect Marine Life

    consequence, it is necessary for marine life to learn how to survive as a drastic increasing amount of carbonic acid is being put into the waters. (2015, Jennifer Bennett) Ocean Acidification has become harmful on shellfish as well which is a major resource that is brought into the United States. About ninety percent of seafood consumed in the United State comes from fish and shellfish farming. The other percentage of seafood consumed in the United States comes from domestic areas outside of…

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  • Food Allergy Examples

    the most common include peanut, tree nuts, egg, soy, fish, shellfish, milk and wheat. These eight allergens are responsible for ninety percent of all allergic reactions. A peanut allergy is considered to be one of the most serious food allergies. This is based on how common the food allergy is and how potentially severe the reaction can be. All allergies to tree nuts tend to be lifelong. Examples of tree nuts are walnuts and almonds. Tree nuts can cause a severe and potentially fatal allergic…

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