Julia Child’s compassion and love for cooking influenced the world by playing an important role in the Second World War and encouraging many to pursue the art of cooking. Julia Child was born to John McWilliams Jr. and Julia Carolyne Weston in Pasadena, California on August 15,
My grandmother kitchen is my icon of exquisite taste. I grew up with her, and she owned a pupuseria in my childhood. Tomasita’s Pupuseria was the most popular pupuseria in my town, every weekend her house was full of people waiting to get a table or to take pupusas to go, one of the best memories ever. The smell of pupusas all around the block was paradise. It was her tradition to feed first her family before the pupuseria opened, so we as a family were the first ones to eat her exquisite dish.
Rizzo’s Malabar Inn is a family-owned restaurant located in Crabtree, Pennsylvania. The restaurant is owned by the DeFabo family who continually pride themselves on providing authentic italian cuisine to their undeniably loyal customers. I started working at Rizzo’s in the summer of 2016. I primarily work as a take-out waitress, but have also been cross-trained as a hostess, busser and carry-out employee. I plan to continue working at Rizzo’s until I graduate college and receive new employment pertaining to my degree.
My mother cooked a huge breakfast for me. There were bacon, sausage, biscuits, pancakes and orange juice. We sat at the kitchen table, she asked me “Destiny is you ready to better your life?” I looked at her, smiled and I said, yes mam. I told her what my goals were for Job Corps, for me personally, and what I wanted to be in life. Time was ticking, she was on the schedule, she asked me to get dressed, put on some pretty clothes and do my hair.
Miller also utilizes devices such as repetition, anecdotes, strong diction, and personification. In this essay, Miller exceedingly describes her process of getting ready for a dinner date with a man she likes. She speaks about the pictures on her refrigerator and how they originally served as a reminder to herself but how it truly exists for
Charmaine Balisalisa, director of creative enterprises of Paradox. (Walbert Castillo/USA Tdoday College) shared her story. She said that after moving to the US, she tried to fit in for sure, but it was not her appearance that she tried so desperately to change. She was proud of being different. She was proud of the fact that she ate hotdogs for breakfast and packed rice for lunch.
This is clearly shown to me whenever she cooks. On the first day my mother had to make a feast due to a party we would be hosting the same week. I scrutinized every mistake my mother’s cooking skills produced due to her very diligent nature. The only problem was that my mother made very few mistakes, which in the end caused me to strain my eyes do to my intense concentration on my mother’s cooking. She critically evaluated every ingredient, how much every ingredient mixed with the other, and how well the end result tasted.
In “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins, appearances are held to the utmost importance by the people of the Capitol (2008). The people of the Capitol value the way they look and will go to almost any measure to build their self-esteem by changing their appearance. They dye their hair all sorts of odd colors, change their skin color to colors such as green, blue, pink, orange, or other uncommon colors, paint their nails, wear clothes that are peculiar to the other districts, and practice bulimia by eating tons of food only to throw it up. When Katniss describes her team of stylists from the Capitol, she describes one by saying, “I grit my teeth as Venia, a woman with aqua hair and gold tattoos above her eyebrows, yanks a strip of fabric from my leg, tearing out the hair beneath it. “Sorry!” she pipes in her silly Capitol accent.
As Gregory Mantsios said their class differences have an influence on how they live, what they want for the future, their hobbies or activities, who are their friends, their education and their jobs. (Mantsios, 2003). An example, could be when Caroline proposed Max to open a new cupcake business. Caroline was very happy and positive about it, she said “The life will always under value you if you let it” (King & Cumming, 2011, minute 2:24), so she made a vision board with her goals on it and try to convince Max, but when she suggest to ask Peach about it Max said “She has fancy people with real companies, we are not a real business” ” (King & Cumming, 2011, minute 4:12). This differences in attitude make the audience think about how social classes in America affect your personality and your future
In the end, Idecided to create a cupcake brochure for my potential business. Lastly, we had to write arecommendation report to a client for potential career.I think my personal project was my best work because I was able to be more creative and do somethingthat interested me. But I feel like every project could use a few revisions. On my cupcake brochure Iwould like to edit some of the colors I used on the inside to match the tone on the outside. I would alsolike to add more information about the company.