This whole genre project was focused on “Food Waste in America”. I emphasized specifically on edible foods that do not even get to reach the dinner table. The claim in this genre is to show how much healthy food in the United States is throwing away. This idea was generated from when I worked at Raising Canes Dodge Street. I worked there for two months, and within that time frame, I witnessed at two buckets of perfectly good chicken tossed out at the end of the day.
Jacobo Delara Mr. Horner English II CP September 15 2014 The Great Gatsby The classic American Novel Nick Carraway is man from a wealthy family in Minnesota moving to west egg to learn about the Bond business. Then he gets involved with Mr. Gatsby which then sparks the beginning of the novel. Gatsby then gets involved with the nightmare of the American Dream. Fitzgerald portrays the 1920s perfectly as an era of decayed social and moral values, evidenced in its overarching greed, and empty pursuit of pleasure. This novel shows the lack of social skills in newly made millionaires such as Gatsby that cannot even pick up on an invitation to lunch.
Chapter nine commences by telling its readers about how Lee Harding was diagnosed with E coli 0157:H7. After eating some tacos at a Mexican restaurant, he started to have excruciating stomach pains and diarrhea. Harding’s stomach was hurting because of some frozen hamburgers he ate a couple of days ago. Those same hamburgers provided by Hudson Foods were infected with E. coli 0157:H7. Millions of those same frozen hamburgers had already been sold and most likely eaten.
John F. Kennedy (JFK) Across the centuries there have been many political and social leaders in America, they have played a key role in helping the country to succeed. Many Americans still remember the day, when one of those leaders, who made a big change in America was, elected president. John Fitzgerald “jack” Kennedy was born in Boston Massachusetts in May 29, 1917 and die by assassination in November 22, 1963 (46 years old), commonly referred by his initials” JFK “ was an American politician who served as the 35th president of the United States from January 1961 until his assassination in November 1963. Many important things took place during his short presidency as space race, the civil rights movement, test ban and others more. Also Kennedy was the youngest person elected (35 years old) and the first Roman Catholic to serve in that office.
He had a small cart with pop cans and old dirty clothes by a Shell gas station. He was a medium to big individual with a coat and light blue jeans on with a Diamonds back cap. We had our windows rolled down so he thought we were gonna give him money or food. Well, he ended up asking for some popcorn from my brother Caleb. Consequently, Caleb seemed scared so he didn’t want to give up a handful of popcorn
It made me as hungry as a hippo. “Can I have that chocolate covered donut with sprinkles?” I asked pointing to the donut. “Sure thing,” said the worker, “that will be 3 dollars and 50 cents.” I gave the money to the man and he gave me the donut. I bit into the donut and it tasted amazing. After I finished my donut, I wandered off through the hallways looking for the third level.
They burn wood for heat, to bake the pizza. I would give them a 7/10 because the cheese always came off the crust. Regardless of that, the pizza was delicious with the fries the waiter kindly got from a nearby fast food place. After eating, we planned for the family friends to visit us. My mom was sick the day before, therefore ended up calling for a cancellation.
Even things that should have felt familiar felt off. For instance there were 7-11’s down just about every street, but instead of coffee, hot dogs, and taquitos they served soymilk, boiled meats, and tofu. McDonald 's sold tea eggs, KFC served egg drop soup, and Pizza Hut’s were full blown sit down restaurants, complete with waiters and fancy tablecloth. Both my parents, who immigrated to America right after college, came after witnessing the infamous Tiananmen square protests, and like many other immigrants, they left family and country alike, following the dream to carve out a new and better life in America. Arriving at the age of 24 and 26, they knew no one but each other, and barely spoke english.
“These days, we sell brooms and buy ourselves some flour and then eat it with water,” says Ghaleb Mashn, a drained citizen of Yemen for The Guardian Newspaper. “Either we die from the bombing or from the hunger. My grandson needs treatment and also on the top of all that he needs to eat a healthy food, my grandson doesn’t know what the milk tastes like…” In my very first PPLE assignment I choose the global issue of hunger. It’s an issue that has even been acknowledged by the United Nations, where children are in particularly badly hit. It is fair and we can get through this essay quickly by mentioning facts we already know about, or also widening debates on the impact of globalisation.