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    Baking Informative Speech

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    heritage. I thought, I do love croissants...So I decided why don 't I do my project on French baking? I love talking about baking, even just saying the word ‘cupcake’ will get my mouth watering! In this paper I will be talking about: My person of interest (Julia Child) The people I interviewed Croissants Tarts Macarons The difference between Macarons and Macaroons (Macarons vs. Macaroons)

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    When wheat or white bread is placed either in the freezer a dark cabinet, the counter, fridge or with a paper towel can mold still grow on the piece of bread? How much do you know about bread? Have you ever noticed that white bread molds faster than wheat bread? If you have you are very perceptive. When you think of bread what is your first thought? For some people it might be carbs, high cholesterol, and many other negative results. There are some positive and negative factors for eating bread

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    called a wiener schnitzel. Another food which isn’t just eaten in Argentina but all over the world is Pizza. Pizza is very common, but the Argentinians add their own touch to it. The third food is the media luna which is equivalent to the french croissant. One of the popular drinks in Argentina is a submarino which literally translates to submarine. This drink is a hot glass of milk that comes with a bar of

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    a hurry. Need to go out on the street, need to breathe the fresh air. Roger was not thinking about Mr. Greenaker while riding his bicycle. On the way back home he stopped, as he always did, at the local bakery and bought a bag of croissants. Roger loved these croissants, and he was certain that they would be the only good memory of his childhood. Reaching home, he left the

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    is how a pregnant woman goes out for a walk. It's actually a good idea to be prepared and won't have to buy a jar of pickles just because she wants one now. 21. When she says a croissant it means a croissant and nothing else. If she wanted something else, she would tell you. If at the grocery are run out of croissants, you're going to another until you find one. It's better don't come back home without the purchase. 22. We are pretty sure this guy didn't even think to open the Tupperware. As she

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    any other for the poignant Jayda Pastore. Jayda slowly stumbled out of bed, and made her way towards the small breakfast nook. She had a long and strenuous day at work and was still recovering. She was starving and scarfed down a croissant with marmalade. She took her time, and attempted to rehabilitate. During her daily read of Florences’ daily newspaper, she

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    My Experience at Umpleby's Bakery with Charles Umpleby Walking in to Umpleby's Bakery, the first thing I thought was "Where are all the baker?" but I soon found out that at Umpleby's Bakery, Mr. Umpleby was the only baker. Mr. Umpleby is the owner and founder of Umpleby's Bakery. He started baking at around 14 years old as a dishwasher for his local bakery. He went to college and majored in English, but felt like he missed baking. He moved to Australia and worked as an assistant baker. Then he came

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    Instagram and Facebook’s Cyber Bullying Dilemma Taylah Canning 2018 Double tap! Thumbs up! Follow! Meanings equivalent to the social status of a person’s popularity based on numbers. More likes, the more you’re liked. Less like, the less you’re liked. Teenagers every day are affected by the numbers of likes, follows and double taps due to the harsh fantasy that you need numbers to be an average human, all you need is a pumping heart, not 100 likes on your account. Social media platforms not only

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    In this unit, I got to learn a lot about colonial America and the people of that time. I was both fascinated and appalled. When we learned about the way slavery was common, I was disgusted. Humans are so inconsiderate of one another! But at the same time, the Colonial Era was when scientific advancements slowly gained momentum. The printing press and electricity changed the world for the better! And the many religions formed are all interesting, seeing how they all differ in views. The people

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    slice into 1/4-inch thick rounds and arrange them on a parchment lined baking sheet. Bake for 12-15 minutes, until the cookies are lightly golden brown. Transfer the cookies to a rack and cool completely. Enjoy! And did you try my croissants with smoked salmon and cream cheese? These are out of these

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    Bread History

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    The History of Bread Bread is an essential part of our diets and feels like it has literally been around forever. There is bread, no matter where you travel to and in many different taste, shapes, colors. Bread has been given its own culture through different countries over thousands of years. Bread is a pleasantly soft baked-good that you can find almost anywhere and in almost anything. No one is completely 100% sure when bread was invented, however, we do know that the bread eaten then was

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    Audrey had just arrived to her work at the Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital. As she walked into the building, she could feel other people were watching her. Her rust colored bodycon dress fit her short, petite body just right as she elegantly walked through the door. She had her shoulder length, black hair pinned up nicely. She looked perfectly ready to start her day as Dr. Lane. “Good morning, Dr. Lane”, said Kim, who was one of the nurses. “Good morning, Kim. Could I have my patient files?”

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    The essay, “On Compassion,” by Barbara Lazear Ascher illustrates compassion and creates an empathetic connotation for the reader to ‘put their feet into the characters’ moccasins.’ In paragraphs one and two, a homeless man approaches a mother and her child. According to Ascher’s words, the woman “waits for the light to change, and her hands close tighter on the stroller’s handle as she sees the man approach.” On the streets most people turn away and ‘close themselves’ from interacting with the homeless

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    opens in Quebec and make a universal beverage that is double. Once they started attracted more customers in 1980s muffins and cookies were introduced and create something new to drink coffee. To bring little continental flair to Canadian morning, Croissants come to Tim and make crescent-shaped pastry debuts which were liked by many Canadian people. With the passage of time, Tim beefs up its menu with the addition of chili and soups. Then comes the era of the 1990s which was a huge success in the history

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    As Audrey Hepburn 's character says in the 1954 film "Sabrina," "Paris is always a good idea." And Summer is the perfect time to get a change of scenery and explore a new destination. Paris is one of the world 's most beautiful cities, and has something to offer every traveler, no matter what you 're into. If you need some convincing to add Paris to your summer travel plans, here are four reasons to follow Hepburn 's advice. Cultural Paradise Paris is a highly walkable city with great public transportation

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    Identification is a principle of Thomas Eriksen’s, which rationalizes his theories of anthropology. This refers to the degree to which people associate and identify with themselves and others. These connections are based on different mechanisms individuals come in contact with. Identities, whether of individuals or groups, are produced, maintained, and transformed. Eriksen discovers various theoretical perspectives that deal with identity formation, including constructions of "the normal." Anthropologists

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    In 1980, Dr. Robert Plutchik, an author and psychologist, decided to get in touch with feelings. He constructed a theory of emotions, categorizing them as primary, secondary, or tertiary. In short, a primary emotion is an immediate response, while a secondary emotion is incited by the former, leading to the tertiary emotion, the most vulnerable to one’s control, and typically the most tenacious. Initially, it’s a chain reaction, with each emotion catalyzing its successor. In her essay, Barbara Lazear

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    find a place in America that serves food without additional junk. I agree, but there are some exceptions. If you are one of those “fit lovers” you can enjoy healthy, organic and also delicious food at the French place called Au Bon Pain. Although croissants ain’t organic, they never killed nobody. If you are a tourist like me and also a girl too, I bet you would die

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    (7). This graphic description of the man instills a feeling of disgust in the audience. He stands there until a “moody French woman” walks towards him and handing him “steaming coffee in a Styrofoam cup, and a small paper bag” of what is perhaps a croissant. He accepts the food and leaves the bread shop. Just like she did in the preceding anecdotal narrative she question why the woman demonstrated this act of compassion. Is she truly doing it out of kindness or “does she simply want to rid her shop

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    Cuban Breakfast History

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    french bread, that are spread with butter, jam or chocolate paste. The tartines are also sometimes dipped into the hot drink that they are drinking, similar to something you would find during a Cuban breakfast. Brioches and other pastries such as croissants and pains aux raisins, a kind of spiral pastry that is also called an escargot are also traditional, but are often saved for special occasions. Other products are also eaten and are becoming more popular to be eaten are fruit compotes, yogurts and

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