Desserts And Baking Essay Examples

  • Bring On The Cheesecake

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    I AM?beautiful. As you are beautiful, as he is beautiful, as all of us, even our enemies, are beautiful. And yet, most of us spend a good portion of our everyday lives looking in the mirror, critiquing ourselves, pointing out problem areas, and generally going "ugh". We compare ourselves to Kate Moss, Ricky Martin, Nicole Kidman, Brad Pitt, and Brittney Spears, all of whom in our eyes exemplify the ultimate in beauty, sensuality, and ? airbrushing. Yes, airbrushing, that oh-so-handy technique employed by magazines worldwide to make the attractive look perfect. Perfect? You call Kate

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    A Small Good Thing

    938 words - 4 pages

    I bet when people read this story and respond to the questions being asked for responses the first thing that comes to mind is probably the ordeal that Mr. and Mrs. Weiss went through. I couldn’t help but think about the part that the Baker played, even though it was small I thought it had some significance. “A Small, Good Thing” is a sad story about a little boy named Scotty who gets hit in a hit-n-run, and then dies in the end. The story begins with the mother going to the bakery to pre-order her sons birthday cake and describes the baker as a person who abrupt and unfriendly. Mrs. Weis

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    Turning Upside Down

    459 words - 2 pages

    Turning upside Down Turning upside down is one of those occasions and events that occurs in Mark Twains' Hunkleberry Finn. When Hunkleberry and Jim go upriver to explore a world without racism and prejudice against blacks and slaves and drunk people, they have their lives turned upside down. It is almost tragic at the end when they lock up Jim in the shed and keep him there giving him scraps to eat. For him it is better to be a slave than to be captive in the shed with tom and Hunkleberry giving him food when he gets hungry. I feel very sorry for Jim. I also feel sorry for Hunklebe

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    How To Bake Cookies

    816 words - 4 pages

    Topic: How to bake Chocolate Chips Cookies. Organization Pattern: It is the spatial pattern. Specific Purpose: To teach everyone the history of chocolate chip cookies and how to bake them. Primary Audience Outcome: They would learn the history and know how to bake chocolate chip cookies. Thesis Statement: I am now going to teach you guys how to bake them so you can share them with your family and friends like I shared it with mine. There are three main steps in baking the chocolate chip cookies! Attention getter: The story of the Chocolate chip cookie is really an interesti

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    Short Story

    284 words - 2 pages

    The Countdown The sun is hiding timidly behind the trees in the western horizon, marking the end of the day and bringing in the darkness. I sit on the bench outside my hostel holding a bottle of beer. Birds, after the day’s work are flying back home. I wish I had wings too so that I could fly to a place where I would find happiness. But only if wishes were horses… Reflecting over the past memories, I find how futile life is. We are all obsessed with ourselves; ignorant of the impermanence of things. I rejoiced over little happiness and cried over trifle matters. I recollect my child

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    I Remember

    314 words - 2 pages

    Three pounds of sugar, nine sweet potatoes, maybe two or three drops of vanilla extract, about four eggs, some butter, a can or two of pep milk, and a container of sour cream to add an extra smooth texture to the pies was all grand momma said we need. Sitting here in church waiting for service to be over is horrible. It’s like waiting for spring to come every time you think the pastors done he starts right back over again. I think I’m going to drop dead; he gives the same sermon every Thanksgiving. We all know how important it is to be thankful so can I please just press the fast forward butto

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    Cookie Speech

    429 words - 2 pages

    English/Speech Period 3 April 4, 2008 General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience how to make delicious peanut butter cookies. Central Idea: I will tell you why everybody loves cookies and how to make peanut butter cookies, Method of Organization: Topical I. Introdu

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    House On Mango Street The House On Mango Street Formal Writing Assignment Dad’s Got His Wish I never had a choice. They decided it all for me and the next thing you know, we were moved. One night, I come home and my father gives me a big smile and says, we’re out of here. I give him a puzzled look, but after staring into his grinning face, I realize what he means. After thirty nine hard years, he has finally found the home he has always wanted. Since my father was young, he had always dreamed of the house he would one day reside. He would say to his mother, my grandmother, when I get big, I wi

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    Dreams Of Dinners Past

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    Dreams of Dinners Past It is Saturday night … 11:39 P.M. I lay motionless in my bed dozing in and out of a conscious state. I hear the faint sound of wood crackling in the fireplace. The snapping and popping of the wood dances in my consciousness, reminding me of chicken frying in a scalding hot pan of oil. As the smoke from the smoldering logs wafts closer, I picture an oven smoking from butter that has dripped off mouth-watering biscuits. I can hear a bath tub filling in a nearby bathroom and my imagination goes into overdrive, leading me to think that someone is washing a sink full o

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    675 words - 3 pages

    Soufflé Definition: The word soufflé is derived from the verb “souffler” in French which means to blow or puff up. Soufflé can be sweet or savory. Every soufflé is made from 2 basic components; a base of flavored cream sauce and beaten egg whites. It can be categorized as Hot Soufflé and Cold Soufflé. ** Hot (Baked) Soufflé : A baked soufflé is a light baked dessert made mostly with egg yolks and beaten egg whites combined with various other ingredients for flavor such as : fish , cheese or fruit .During cooking, the air trapped in the egg whites expands a

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    How To Make A Glass Of Lemonade

    428 words - 2 pages

    After a long busy day with studying and working, having a glass of lemonade is a wonderful idea. Moreover, on a hot day, or on any day, there is nothing as refreshing and delicious as a glass of chilled Lemonade. It is really easy to prepare, and inexpensive to make. In fact, it is very convenient for those who are busy with their work and their study because it takes a short time to make it. How interesting and surprising it is to know that a glass of chilled lemonade is not only one of the best ways to supply vitamin C for body but also prevents you from some illnesses. Let us try to follow

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    First Date

    808 words - 4 pages

    My heart is almost jumping out of my chest. How do I ask her, what do I say. What does she think of me, does she like me; think I’m funny, does she find me attractive. What if she doesn’t like me, find me funny, or attractive. All these thoughts are racing through my head. My hands are sweating as if I was pouring water on them; my legs feel as they are filled with Jell-O. Ok here it goes as I start to stutter what are you doing Friday night?” She reply’s “I don’t have any plans.” I feel a harm relief come over my body, “would you like to go out to dinner with me?” What felt like an eternity

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    How To Prepare A Meal

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    Mr.Morris EN 1113 2 September 2008 How to Fry Chicken When it comes to frying chicken it is not all that easy. Everybody’s fried chicken doesn’t taste the same. A person can make a good fried chicken by doing the following steps. Step one is to clean the chicken. Step two is seasoning the chicken. The last and final step is to fry the chicken. A person must clean the chicken properly. That means defrosting the chicken at room temperature. If the chicken is frozen, a person should thaw the chicken. To do this, a person should run hot water in the sink. After running hot water in the s

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    983 words - 4 pages

    Chocolate Introduction I. "Trick or Treat," is common phrase heard during Halloween but for what? Treat for candy and chocolate! The delicious chocolate ranging from Recess Peanut Butter Cups to the ever-famous Hershey chocolate bar. II. You are never too old to enjoy chocolate. Whether you are trick or treating to just stopping by the store for a little snack, chocolate is there. III. Like most of the population, I love chocolate. I probably eat more than I should. IV. I want to share with you the history of chocolate, how chocolate’s made, types of chocolate and some benefits from

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    Conspiracy Theory

    324 words - 2 pages

    Conspiracy theories can not be taken lightly. They are used to make dictators appear more virtuous than they really are. Really, a conspiracy theory is just a bunch of lies to try and cover up the truth. For example in the assassination of John Kennedy nobody knows who really committed the crime because dictators used multiple suspects to make the assassinator unknown to the public. All the public really knows is that Kennedy died in Dallas, Lee Harvey Oswald was in the book depository, Jack Ruby killed Oswald, and that Oswald had lived in the Soviet Union for a time, but the public doesn’t

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    Most Memorable Day Of My Life

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    THE MOST MEMORABLE DAY OF MY LIFE Everyday we wake up, with dreams stil so fresh in our minds and get ready for the adventurous journey everyday keeps for us. we prepare to face our predicted assumptions of events during our day, but when something extra ordinary, unexpected and happens, it leaves behind a memory which stays in our mind for a never ending period of time A memory can come out of any day-to-day activity we may face, even a thought or a realization about something. In my case , a illusion became something which I consider in my descisions and wont ever forget. I sa

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    Pizza Chicago Vs New York

    1060 words - 5 pages

    Pizza: Chicago vs. New York To fold or to fork? For nearly 50 years the debate has raged. Is Chicago style deep dish pizza the best, or is the better choice a New York slice? Both pizzas have their place in the American culinary tapestry. Both taste great. Both come from Italy. The question is: How do these two styles stack-up? Origin One thing that Chicago and New york styles have in common is that they have the same origin, Naples, Italy. Though, Naples is the birthplace of the modern pizza; different types of similar flat breads have been around for a couple thousand years. As

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    454 words - 2 pages

    After a hard days painting and working with no food any dish would be welcome in my growling stomach. Little did I know I would have to wait much longer for the piping hot dish I was about to be served. My cousin and coworker was going to make us a famous Israeli dish, shakshuka. suitable for breakfast, lunch or dinner. That day it served as all three not having breakfast or lunch before hand. He started out by taking a large can of diced tomatoes and pouring it into a giant frying pan. He told me to stir it and to make sure the liquid didn’t totally evaporate. As I stirred it the bubbling

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    The Early Stages Of Pip And Magwitch

    656 words - 3 pages

    We learn a lot about Pip through his encounters with the convict, most noticeably that he’s very threatened by anyone who threatens him or hurts him in any way. The convict himself has changing feelings towards Pip. When we first hear of Pip we learn that his family has died and he is visiting their graves by the churchyard. At the churchyard, he runs into an escaped convict who is hiding in the marshes. The man is very rough looking and has a sour personality to match. He’s shouting everything he says and a good deal of his words are threats. In the face of plausible danger Pip becomes

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    It Is More Important For A Teacher To Help Students Gain Self Confidence Than To Teach Them Specific Knowledge

    379 words - 2 pages

    The fundamental duty (main mission) of teachers, by common consent, is providing the students with all kinds of knowledge in both natural science and social science. However, recently more and more people consider that helping students establish self-confidence is crucial task for teachers, a task even more important than teaching. As far as I am concerned, this argument, to a certain extent, is reasonable and practical. Currently, students can capture the knowledge and information from various channels, such as the Internet, television and broadcast, since we have embarked on an informat

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    Process Analyzes

    559 words - 3 pages

    How to Make Pretzels Many people like to have a snack after dinner. No harm in that, right? Tonight’s desert is a hot an warm to perfection. When its time to prepare a pretzels it may seem very simple, but it is not. It takes multiple steps in which we will go through to make the prefect pretzel which includes making dough, hot water with bi-carbohydrates, and how to make a prefect pretzel. First make some dough so that you can make the pretzel. Pour the water into the mixer; make sure it measures seven oz., then add a teaspoon of yeast. The yeast will make the pretzels rise when it is in t

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    Quick Service Restaurant Mystery Shopping

    797 words - 4 pages

    For my mystery shopping, I went to Raising Cane’s. Raising Cane’s is a quick service restaurant famous for their fried chicken fingers. Coming from southern California where there are no Raising Cane’s, this was my first time eating at this establishment. I had high expectations about the food because I have many friends who had referred me to this place. I went to Raising Cane’s with one other person and we both ordered a single number three combination plate, which came with six chicken fingers, two of Raising Cane’s special sauce, a side of crinkle fries, a side of coleslaw, a slice of to

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    Writing The New South

    485 words - 2 pages

    Double-Dipped Fried Okra 1 pound fresh okra, washed 1 quart buttermilk 1 cup all-purpose flour 3/4 cup stone-ground yellow cornmeal 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/2 teaspoon chili powder 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon salt 2 cups vegetable oil, for deep frying In a bowl or baking dish, combine the okra and buttermilk. In a shallow bowl or pie plate, stir together the flour, cornmeal, cayenne, chili powder, black pepper, garlic powder and salt. Using a slotted spoon or sieve, remove the okra, let

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    How To Make Sweet Potato Souffl

    331 words - 2 pages

    This sweet potato soufflé goes back over Fifty years, on the banks of the Mighty Flint River. I can close my eyes and remember step by step my mother’s teachings on how to bake, this mouth watering dessert for the holidays and special occasions. This is a recipe on how to make a sweet potato soufflé. To begin, you will need eight of the finest Georgia sweet potatoes boiled, peeled, and mashed. Use one and a half cups of Dixie Crystal Sugar; only this brand, because it is made from pure Georgia sugar cane. Also, you will need one stick of butter that has been softened, three-forth cup of self-

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    Cold Stone Creamery

    1575 words - 7 pages

    Cold Stone Creamery On a warm Friday night in June, three female college freshmen each have $10 to make the night enjoyable. One wants to see a show, one wants ice cream to cool off and the other cannot make up her mind. With the student tickets to the movies being $9.50, that leaves them with 50 cents left. Hmm, not enough for ice cream. While driving around they spot a line maybe a dozen people long, intrigued they stop to see what all the fuss was about. They hear familiar songs, but with different words being sung flowing through the air. When they round the corner they see it is for

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    Trickster Tale

    685 words - 3 pages

    Period 2 9/13/07 Trickster Tale Lion and Tiger had been brothers. One day, these brothers decided to go on an experience of a lifetime by going on a plane to a land called America. These young boys had never been there or seen pictures of America, but they heard many good stories from all of their friends. On the day of the trip, both brothers had been very nervous of boarding an “unknown flying object,” which was the plane. A few hours went by and brother Lion was getting bored. He asked Tiger if he wanted to play a game, but Tiger was too busy wandering off in his sleep. Lion was mad,

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    Halloween Games

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    Modified: Wed 10/29/2008 9:08 PM Halloween Games 1.) PASS THE WITCH'S BROOM Everyone get in a circle... take your broom... turn on the music and have them pass the broom around. When the music stops... the one with the broom is out. Continue til only one person remains. 2.) CREAMY GAME Take a paper plate (one for each player)... put a piece of bubble gum in the center. Pile on whipped cream. Ready... set... GO! See who can get to the bubble gum and blow a bubble first... largest bubble... and/or the spookiest bubble. Add a couple gummy worms for the fun of it. 3.) Memor

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    College Essay

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    College Essay In my hand I hold a key, and no it’s not a metaphorical key, like a key to success or anything, it’s an actual key. This key opens a door to a small bakery of the corner of Smith St in some small quaint town on the outskirts of some city nobody has ever heard of. The door opens with that familiar jingle from the bells attached to the door frame. The walls are covered in bright mosaic tiles, each plastered on one by one. On the counter are platters of cupcakes, with not a single one out of place, each perfect with its sprinkles and cherry. In the back you can already fe

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    Visit 2

    376 words - 2 pages

    Planning Visit 2 I aim to bake cupcakes with Jess, because she will hopefully enjoy this and I can then see how her physical skills, intellectual skills are developing. I expect Jess to: Be able to help me measure out the ingredients as near as possible. Know time limits Know what not to touch. Activity Resources Development Baking one egg 110 grams / 4 ounces of self raising flour 1/3 teaspoon of baking powder 110 grams / 4 ounces soft butter 110 grams / 4 ounces sugar Cake cases Physical Intellectual 15th April 2008 my visit 2 took place. I arrive

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    Fortune Cookie

    389 words - 2 pages

    Strewn about the coffee table are the remnants of Chinese food There is only one more thing needed to win this battle. I deploy a flanking maneuver and grab the golden crusted cookie. With zero resistance I am able to subdue the cookie and steal its secret message. It contains one of the most profound fortunes I’ve ever read. “You cannot be anything if you want to be everything.” I hold the message closer and read it several more times, trying to absorb the meaning. My thoughts begin to swirl into a storm of emotion and introspection. What does it all mean? It’s about passion. So how do

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    318 words - 2 pages

    Max Miller Literary Analysis Paper: Trifles The play “Trifles” by Susan Glaspell was filled with many significant trifles throughout the story. They may not seem very important but represent the themes in the play. One very significant trifle in the play was the broken jar of preserves. The preserves represent the trifles that women concern themselves with. However the men make fun of Mrs. Wright for worrying about her preserves. The sheriff says, “Well can you beat the woman! Held for murder and worrying about her preserves.”(956) Followed by Mr. Hale, “Well, woman are used to

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    Regional Scholars Essay

    396 words - 2 pages

    Baking a Successful Learner Describe myself as a learner? Well, I’ve thought and thought about an excellent metaphor to use to explain this and I think that I have finally got one. Consider the way I learn, if you will, as a cake recipe. It takes different ingredients in the right amounts and some heat to make a delicious cake. Likewise, let’s now think of the three basic types of learning as the ingredients. I need equal parts of audio, visual, and hands-on learning to produce my best results. Granted, I may be able to get by with only some of these ingredients, but what kind of gourmet ch

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    German Desserts

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    • Top 5 German Desserts: 1. Strudel 2. Stollen 3. Lebkuchen 4. Marzipan 5. Blechkuchen Germans typically eat dessert after their biggest meal of the day: Lunch. Strudel - introduced to Austria in 1453 as a Baklava [fish] pastry. - It was an easy and satisfying meal to the poor. - Strudel was created with different fillings such as Apple, Quark, Pumpkin, Walnut, & Blood Sausage Stollen – is only available during the Advent season

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    Investigating Effects

    1504 words - 7 pages

    Investigating the Effect of Selective Attention on the Performance of a Motor Skill Selective attention if the process whereby people concentrate on one stimulus or one cue to the exclusion of others. A motor skill is when the voluntary movement is predominant and perception plays a less significant role, therefore is physical action. A perceptual motor skill combines perception and movement components. Information is received by the senses analysed and made meaningful. A cognitive motor skill is the ability to solve problems by thinking, therefore the main component if intellec

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    Molarity Of Surcose Solution Labreport Conclusion And Evaluation

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    Molarity of Sucrose Solution (mols +/- 0.1 mols) Weight of Potato Before (g +/- 0.01 g) Weight of Potato After (g +/- 0.01 g) Change in Weight of Potato (g +/- 0.01 g) Percentage Change in Weight (% +/- 0.1 %) 0.0 3.71 4.18 +0.47 +5.9 0.1 3.73 4.08 +0.35 +4.4 0.2 3.57 3.51 -0.06 -0.8 0.3 3.24 3.25 +0.01 +0.1 0.4 4.33 4.09 -0.24 -2.8 0.5 3.28 2.84 -0.44 -7.1 0.6 4.10 3.26 -0.84 -11.4 0.7 4.18 3.21 -0.97 -13.1 0.8 3.45 2.46 -0.99 -16.7 0.9 3.97 2.59 -1.38 -21.0 1.0 3.58 2.32 -1.26 -21.3 Data processing Calculation to find the change in mass of the potatoes at 0.0 mols of sucrose (

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    2417 words - 10 pages

    Location and Climate India is located in southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea and the bay of Bengal, between Burma and Pakistan. India is home of the Deccan Plateau in the south and the Agnes deserts in the west, and the Himalayas in the north. India can be organized along the compass points. North India, shaped like a throat and two lungs, is the country's largest region. It begins with the panhandle of Jammu and Kashmir, a dynamic area with terrain varying from arid mountains in the far north to the lake country and forests near Sringar and Jammu. Falling south along the Indus river

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    Traditions And Customs In Romania

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    Romania is situated in the southeast of Europe, to the north of the Balkan Mountains. It has a population of about 23 million inhabitants. Most of its people are of Roman origin-in fact, “Romania” means “land of the Romans”. But there are also Hungarians, Germans, Serbs, Tartars, and Russians who make up the rest of the population. The official language is Romanian, the only language of Latin origin in Eastern Europe. Brought up to respect religious traditions, the majority of Romanians is Orthodox (nearly 87 percent). Protestants are the next largest denomination at 6.8 percent with Catholics

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    Halo Halo

    561 words - 3 pages

    Surviving the Heat--Asian Style! It’s amazing how we Asians cope with the summer heat. Our refreshments/ desserts are meant to cool us in the molten summer air. In Indonesia, es teler, a semi- sweet delight, is a summer favorite, with its shaved ice, coco milk and jelly bean-shaped goodies that come in green and pink. This is normally peddled in villages and the surrounding street that lace the malls. A bamboo table is pulled out onto the scalding earthen road and placed under a shady tree. A box full of ice is dragged to the set up along with a shiny metal shaver.

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    A Clean Well Lighted Place

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    “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place”, written by Ernest Hemingway, we are introduced to an analogy between light and darkness, youth and old. It touches on the subject about the arrogance and selfishness of being young, and the understanding and compassion of being older. We learn of how people look to a social environment to escape from loneliness. Hemmingway writes about an old man who likes to frequent a well-lighted cafe in order to drink himself to a stupor. He describes how the old man tried committing suicide the previous week only to be saved by his niece. It seems as though the old

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    In Need Of A Serious Talk

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    Keenan Sequeira Mrs. Lobo ENG-3U1 11 February 2009 In Need of a Serious Talk Burt had driven home a little angered that he was unable to tell Vera what was on his mind, because of this, he decided to forget about it, and put it behind him. A couple of weeks later, Burt had received a phone call from Vera; Burt could tell from her voice that she was crying. Vera started to talk saying “I’m sorry, I should have talked to you before, it has gotten out of hand”. He had known that this day would come, when she would finally come to her senses, and realize. Burt decided to answer and ask, “Wh

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    Process Writing The Perfect Omelet

    673 words - 3 pages

    The Perfect Omelet Have you ever had the need for a quick, easy, and cheap meal? To save time and money in the rush to school or work, or just to save time and money in the kitchen, an omelet is a simple solution. When the need arises for a quick, simple, inexpensive meal, follow these steps for the perfect omelet. Before beginning, gather supplies, including: a medium non-stick frying pan (usually around twelve inches in diameter), butter, salt and pepper, fillings and cheese, and three eggs. For the sake of simplicity the fillings in this recipe will be sausage and bacon, but the con

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    Asian Cuisine

    1286 words - 6 pages

    Asian Cuisine The history of Asian cuisine takes the beginning, where the cultivation of rice and the production of noodles both typical representations of Asian cuisine as we know it today. The typical flavors of Asian food are achieved by using ginger, soy sauce and rice wine in a wide majority of dishes. These cuisines are not only different by the way of preparation but also ingredients used. Due to its immense size, Asian basic ingredients such as Ginger vary widely based on the area they were harvested. The original cuisine of Thailand, Archaeology has recently discovered that the me

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    The Cow

    401 words - 2 pages

    This is the essay on "Cow" which was (supposedly) written by some student in the course of completing the "Indian Civil Services Examination" :-) I bet you will enjoy this. Sachi PS : There are no typos in this essay. Everything is legal and as it was written in the exam.If you develop cramps reading this or find your English gone haywire after reading this, please dont blame me :-) ___________________________________________________________________________ CALCUTTA's Telegraph has got hold of an answer paper of a candidate at the recent UPSC examinations. The can

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    The Perfect Crust

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    Just like most other things in cooking, success with pie crusts depends on being organized, having the exact ingredients the recipe calls for, careful measuring, and a few skills. Single crust pies are pies that have only a crust on the bottom. Although the exact measurements may vary slightly, single pie crust recipes are all pretty much the same. Here are some basic tips that should help you master the art of making a single pie crust. Using the measurements from your recipe, combine the flour and salt in a large bowl. Cut in shortening or butter using a pastry blender or 2 knives until mix

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    Kristen Cookie Company

    1128 words - 5 pages

    This case study is about two people, who try to run a small bakery business, where cookies will be baked during the night on campus. The special thing about this business is, that all cookies are made on demand and there is a wide range of ingredients. So the cookies will be baked as soon as the order comes in, therefore they are still warm, when the customer picks them up. Freshness and personalised cookies are guaranteed. 1)How long will it take to fill a rush order? To find out how long it takes to finish the first order, the duration of all steps has to be added to each other (Rager, 2

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    Lab 15

    3805 words - 16 pages

    Quality Control for the Athenium Baking Soda Company November 3, 2010 Introduction Baking soda is a common household product. It is a natural compound that is much safer than most cleaning products. It holds several uses that range from acting as a cleanser to helping acid indigestion. The Athenium Baking Soda Company has decided to begin producing this product; however, instead of hiring quality control scientists, the job to analyze the product is being placed upon us. The object of our experiment is to determine the percent of Baking Soda, NaHCO3 , in a baking soda sample containing i

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    Kitchen Chores To Kitchen Escapades

    756 words - 4 pages

    Kitchen Chores to Kitchen Escapades What’s your first thought when you hear the words cooking or baking? You may have an image in your head that consists of the former housewife doing her daily duty cooking up some dinner for her three kids and her business devoted husband. Or maybe you’re picturing your grandmother baking up that old apple pie with everyone at the dinner table trying to guess that family secret. In my head, I have an image that’s a tad more exhilarating. I picture a fast paced competitive career with towering cakes and infinite numbers of pastries in every direction possibl

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    Fairytale Scandal

    7569 words - 31 pages

    Fairytale Scandale ACT 1 Scene 1 Lights on the bakery; Gingerbread is sitting on the counter and the MUFFIN MAN is sweeping the floor. MUFFIN MAN Ginger snaps….what happened to you last night? After my date I stopped by Grumpy’s and- GINGERBREAD (cuts MUFFIN MAN off) Oh yeah, how did Thumbelina go? MUFFIN MAN (stops sweeping and looks at GINGERBREAD candidly) I don’t think I should answer that question, oh God… (Continues to sweep) GINGERBREAD was it that bad? I mean, yeah sure, she’s 6 inches tall but…it could be kind of kinky…. MUFFIN MAN Well, truthfully, the date wasn’t the wor

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    287 words - 2 pages

    3/4 cup sugar, divided 1/3 cup  flour Dash salt 3   eggs, separated 2 cups milk 1/2 tsp.  vanilla 45 NILLA Wafers, divided 5   bananas, sliced Make It HEAT oven to 350°F. MIX 1/2 cup sugar, flour and salt in top of double boiler. Blend in 3 egg yolks and milk. Cook, uncovered, over boiling water 10 to 12 min. or until thickened, stirring constantly. Remove from heat; stir in vanilla. RESERVE 12 wafers for garnish. Spread small amount of custard onto bottom of 1-1/2-qt. baking dish. Cover with layers of 1/3 each of the remaining wafers, bananas and remaining custard. Repeat

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    676 words - 3 pages

    Fish Recipes Blackened Fish Prep Time: 20 min Cook Time: 10 min Ready In: 30 min Ingredients • 1 tablespoon paprika • 2 teaspoons dry mustard • 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper • 1 teaspoon ground cumin • 1 teaspoon black pepper • 1 teaspoon white pepper • 1 teaspoon dried thyme • 1 teaspoon salt • 3/4 cup unsalted butter, melted • 6 (4 ounce) fillets trout • 1/4 cup unsalted butter, melted Directions 1. In a small bowl, mix together paprika, dry mustard, cayenne pepper, cumin, black pepper, white pepper, thyme and salt; se

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