Guy Fieri is a well known chef and was born on January 22,1968 Ferndale,California.Fieri grew up in Ferndale and started having this passion for food so soon enough by the the age of 10 he had a pretzel cart.He made some good money for a 10 year old,but most importantly he got some good business experience.Then when Fieri turned 16,he stopped selling pretzels and used the money he saved from it too go to France for a year and further his culinary education. Later Fieri was in the University of Nevada in Las Vegas and got his degree in hospitality management and worked several different restaurants at the time.
Chris Kyle was a U.S. Navy Seal Sniper in the U.S. Military. He became well known for his excellent marksmanship. He even had a bounty placed on his head by foreign places. He wrote his biography "American Sniper" which later became a best-seller and also became a Hollywood movie down the road. I think he is a modern day American Hero because, out of the comfort of his home, he enlisted into the U.S. navy and fought to keep the US safe and to put his life on the line.
Raising Cane’s has a unique story and intriguing story. Everything all started by a college student, Todd Graves, and a business assignment. He was assigned to make his own business plan. Todd turned in his plan to open a business that served only chicken fingers. His professor told him that his plan would never work, and gave him a low grade. Todd Graves did not let his professor bring him down with negativity. Todd took this as a challenge and started working 24/7 to earn money to start his business. He even went to the extreme of working in Alaska on dangerous jobs. He eventually had all the money he needed to start his first restaurant. He bought a building right outside of LSU’s campus. Todd and some buddies started renovating and as they were, they noticed a mural on the wall. This mural became the base of Cane’s logo. During an interview of Todd Graves, it states, “Baton Rouge, LA based Raising Cane’s chicken fingers, which now has more than 70 units in 13 states and does $125 million in annual sales,” (Berta). This business that everyone thought was bound to fail,
In “Wildwood”, Junot Diaz presents a troubled teenager by the name Lola to have distinct conflicting values with her mother. Her mother has controversial Dominican norms and responsibilities. These norms are not what Lola wants to be. Her mother soon gets sick and increases Lola’s feelings to take action on how she wants to live her life. When Lola and her mom continue to carry their abusive conflict, Lola decides to run away to Wildwood. Lola does this because she is a lost soul with no foundation of who she really is. As she runs away from her “Domincaness” that she desperately needed change from, her mother finds her in Wildwood and returns her to the origin of a “perfect Dominican daughter” which is the Dominican Republic. Once there she
Did you Jimmy Butler was homeless at the age of 13? In this essay I will talk about Jimmy Butler background, accomplishments and how he became famous. I will also compare and contrast Lebron James to Jimmy Butler. In my opinion Jimmy Butler is a strong person and player.
“¡Si se puede!” This was the rallying cry of the most influential farm laborers union of the late 20th century. A motto that inflicted hope and confidence in the tired farm workers in California and Arizona. This quote described Cesar Chavez’ life, from his childhood to death. Chavez was an important figure in American History because he improved the lives of farm workers, the reason we have food on our table. Chavez helped Latinos in general gain civil rights and respect. He also tore down barriers of segregation by bringing people of all backgrounds together, united in one cause. He showed us that, with hard work, yes, you can.
What makes Marcus famous? The memoir Yes, Chef is about Marcus Samuelsson, who is born in Ethiopia and grow up in Sweden, and he is adopted by white Swedish family. The book tells his life story from the beginning up to now. He is now a famous chef in the world, despite he has been through a lot of challenges. He is also a remarkable chef who travels around the globe. However, he faces two huge challenges throughout his life.
“The measure of life is not what life accomplishes but rather… the impact that life has on others” quote from Jackie Robinson. His legacy changed many lives. Jackie Robinson was one of the greatest baseball players of all time and his accomplishments led to increased equality for the blacks.
Wally Amos is a very well-known business owner. He stated making cookies at a very young age his grandmother use to make it for him all the time back in 1948. He thought the recipe was good, he decided to make it his own. At first it was hard and he didn’t have a lot of money so he dropped out of high school and went to the air force. When he came back to the USA, he started out on a minimum wage job he worked at that job for about 8 years. His boss man thought he was the hardest worker, so he got promoted, but at that time he was already ready for something bigger, better. He moved on to do what he loves most (cooking).
Steven Fria is 14 years old who was born and raised in New York. He’s from one of the most dangerous neighborhood in the south Bronx called Mitchell Projects. His mother Ada Cintron gave birth to him at Saint Luke’s Hospital July, 22, 2002. He was an only child. He had no brothers or sisters. His parents been together for 17 years and, they actually attended the same high school John F Kennedy. Steven was very spoiled by his father he will always get what he wants when it comes to sneakers and clothes. Most of his family from his mother side lives in Dominican Republic. His family from his father side lives in Brooklyn Sunset. Steven attended Truman High school. He was a sophomore at that school. He only lasted at Truman four months of his sophomore year.
George Coe passed away in Santa Monica. at the age of 86. The Los Angeles Times reported that George lost after a long battle with a number of illnesses including lymphoma. He suffered from lymphoma, which he called, “cancer lite,” for 20 years. George Coe, whose real name was George Julian Cohen, was born in Jamaica, Queens, New York City, New York on May 10, 1929. His father was a diamond dealer, and George grew up in Long Island. He attended and graduated from the navel prep school Admiral Farragut Academy. From there he attended the Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. George loved comedy and he used his talent on board a navy submarine during the Korean War. He would do comedy programs and air them over the ship 's radio. His creativity
Thomas Jefferson had a secret life, he was a chef. He made many desserts and dishes for his guests, or wait did he? Witnesses say that they have seen slaves making the food, yes slaves. James Hemming, the man who slaved and made meals for Jefferson and his guesses. When Jefferson was Washington 's minister of trade, he took along with him James Hemming. He was Sally 's older brother.
In the south during the 1930s and 1940s, people mostly ate foods that was grew in gardens and also ate animals that was raised on farms. The people were limited on how many foods that they received. “Waffles arrived in the U.S. with the Pilgrims” (3). There was a lot of foods that people wanted, but they couldn’t afford the food and how expensive it all was. Coffee was a big seller also. There was some people that had the money to buy extra meats and sugars that wasn’t provided for them. Southern Foods during the 1930s and 1940s have changed over time, but people during this day ad time still enjoy food ethics from this time period.
Sylvan Goldman was born on November 15, in 1894. He was born in the Ardmore Chickasaw nation. After World War I Sylvan and his brother opened up their own food store. Sylvan served as a food requisition in France during the War. One day Sylvan was observing his customers struggling with carrying the ordinary shopping basket and being able to put enough items in it and still be able to handle it. Then one day he saw a woman put the shopping basket on a wheeled chair and push the chair around. Sylvan who also was a mechanic decide to put what had happened into use by creating the shopping cart.
Have you ever wondered what your life would be like if your parents owned a burger place? Well in Bob’s Burgers you are thrown into the life of Bob, Linda, Tina, Gene, and Louise. I will show you why I believe that Bob’s Burgers is the best TV show ever created. To start off with, Bob and Linda Belcher are the crazy parents that encourage the misbehaved and deranged kids. They force the kids to work at their family owned restaurant, which usually leads to them messing with customers and tarnishing the business name. Linda’s past also brings in an interesting antagonist, Hugo. He is the health inspector that shuts the restaurant down and creates problems between Bob and Linda. Another, pretty biased, reason this TV show is so great is because