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Cooking Essay Examples

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An Argument in Favor of Cooking at Home
Do you like to eat gourmet food, or for that matter, just plain good food? I do! I love to eat well prepared, well flavored food. I am happy eating at a fancy restaurant or at home as long as the food is good. And although I appreciate the convenience of going out to a restaurant to eat, dining out is not cheap. In addition...
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Typical Taiwanese Cooking Preparations
Typical Taiwanese Cooking Preparations Taiwanese cooking preparations are very different from those used in other cultures' cuisine. The whole process of preparing food from raw ingredients to morsels ready for eating is so complex that Taiwanese cuisine forms a unique style which no other culture can rival. A traditional T...
226 words
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The Creative Writing, Cooking With Me
A creative interest I have is cooking with pastries, seafood and poultry. Preparing food can be fun. All I need is just a little imagination and time. Pastries are dessert that are severed for special occasions and after a meal. Pastries are special due to the fact each one tastes and looks different. The creative forma...
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What I Like to Eat
The shelves were stocked end to end with endless amounts of ink filled bounded paper. Pacing the aisles, scouring the shelves, title after title, reading various summaries, and there it is. Finally, I find the one with the most enticing, vivid, full color pages, colorful photographs of which depict challenging recipes. Afte...
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Interview with Steakhouse Executive Chef
My interview was conducted on August 1st, 2011 with Justin Brophy, the Executive Chef at Sonny Lubick Steakhouse. We discussed the many channels of distribution that the restaurant utilizes. A brief history of Sonny Lubick Steakhouse starts on Halloween 2008. The Executive Chef of the previous restaurant, Nico’s Catacombs...
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Making Ramen
In my life, I have had my share of ramen, both good and bad. I have tasted my own ramen, and I have tasted the ramen of other people. However, I have never given much thought to the process of making ramen. At most, it takes ten minutes and is not considered an extensively laborious process. But do not underestimate the mak...
862 words
2 pages
An Unexpected Career: An Interview with Theresa
When I was a kid I grew up eating mac and cheese, frozen pizza, and hot dogs. This wasn’t because my mother did not know how to cook, in fact she is an expert cook with 30 years under her belt. Theresa’s first experience with cooking was not one by choice. She worked second shift at the local truck stop as a waitress. One...
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Bringing out the Worst in Your Friends
So, you think you know your friends, do you? Well, have you ever just spent too much time with someone that you want to rip his or her head off? Me too. Have you ever tried “keeping it together” when you are trying to ignore not only complaints and bickering from your friends but also the mosquitos and the “beauty of nature...
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Different Ways of Making a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich
Who Wants a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich!?Being a chef sure is not necessary when it comes to whipping up a great peanut butter and jelly sandwich. In the process of making one though, following the steps is very important. Your typical peanut butter and jelly sandwich consist of any type of bread you prefer, as well as...
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The Week I Forgot to Cook Dinner
It was a beautiful day in Iguedo, during the Week of Peace. Everyone seemed so joyful, and loving. I looked at the time, I figured I would catch up with my old friend Abelia, and get my hair braided. I left my hut, and went on the streets of Iguedo, and walked to my best friend Abelia’s house. She has long elegant black hai...
707 words
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Cooking with My Mom
What is better than chocolate as a main ingredient in a dessert's recipe? I have always liked cake, pudding, mousse. Whether I am cooking or eating. Being at the supermarket and going through all those kinds of chocolate is just breathtaking. All the sudden I decided to make a chocolate pudding. My mother was the...
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Fast Food and A Standardized Method of Cooking
Fast food is literally defined as food that is cooked quickly in standardized method and purchased at particular restaurant, such as McDonald’s and Burger King, at inexpensive price. In order to save time and money, most people prefer going to fast food restaurant to traditional food restaurants due to attractive and addict...
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How To Cook Bluefish
How to cook a bluefish. Growing up, my mother prepared the most delicious meals. Chicken and dumplings, Mexican cornbread, and pot roast were a common staple in our household. Another meal that stands out is her bluefish. Whenever she announced we were having bluefish I knew it was going to be an excellent meal. I cannot r...
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How to Prepare Chicken Satay
Chicken satay is one of the most popular dish in Asian community. In the past, “Asian food” meant Chinese food, where Westerners grew up enjoying Cantonese’s restaurants. The Asian popularity grew and brought the influenced to Western’s lifestyles, so today, we can have a widely variety authentic cuisines from Japan, Thaila...
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Daily Activities That Are Dangerous
One of the most common danger is driving A lot of accidents are caused by distracted or "multi-tasking" drivers. If you don't drive properly, well, a lot of bad things will happen. You could crash. You could cause someone else to crash. Someone could get seriously injured. Driving is a completely normal everyday activity t...
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Why Home Made Meals are Better
Introduction: We have a lots of urgent global issues that we need to concern nowadays. One of that issue which we have to concern is quality and safety of food. On my essay, I wanted to compare fast foods and home-made foods and disadvantages of both. Main body: Nowadays, people choose fast food more than home-made food. I...
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My First Time Cooking
There is an old say in my family. A women is ready to marry,
once they learn how to cook, clean, and wash dishes for there husband.
That was a say, my mother grew up in her household. But in today's
society why cook at all, especially when there's a fast food place on
every corner in the city. Where food, can easily be prep...
703 words
2 pages
My First Time Cooking
There is an old say in my family. A women is ready to marry
once they learn how to cook clean for there husband. That was the
tradition from where my mom grew up in where the women always cook,
clean, and take care of there young once. But in today society why cook
especially if MCd is right around corner in the city. Where...
722 words
2 pages
Aboriginal Cooking Methods and Aboriginals in Jail and Custody in the U.S.
Aboriginal Cooking Methods The traditional ways to cook for aboriginals used to involve roasting their food on hot coals, baking in the ashes & steaming in ground ovens. But today theses things have changed & the aboriginals have easier ways to cook using 'technology' from today. They have adapted to make the proce...
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3 pages
How to Prepare a Meringue with Eggs
COOKING UP A COSMOS Will our descendants create a universe in a laboratory? YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A MASTER CHEF TO MAKE meringue. Simply combine egg whites and sugar in a large bowl and beat vigorously until the mixture is light and fluffy. Spread in a pan and put in an oven preheated to 300 degrees F. Bake for 40 to 45 minu...
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5 pages
The Impact of Nazi Propaganda on the Women and the Youth
The role of nazi propaganda was to spread nazi ideology into the everyday expect of the German people especially Women and the youth. The main message put out to women through the propaganda was the idea of Kinder, Kirche und Kuche (Children, Church and Cooking) this nazi slogan defined the ideal place of female activity...
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An Introduction to the General Knowledge About Parasitic Diseases
As I don't know anyone in particular who has had a parasitic disease, or at least is willing to admit to having one, I will breifly go over some of what I know and have heard about these diseases. Additionally, as this topic of this paper is to go over some general knowledge about parasitic diseases, it shall be written in...
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7 pages
An Analysis of the Country of Italy
Italy is a country in southern Europe. It is located in the Mediterranean region. Italy is a peninsula that has the Tyrrhenlan Sea to its west, the Adriatic Sea to its east, and the Lonian Sea to its southeast. Austria and Switzerland border Italy to the north. France borders Italy to the northwest. The Capital of Italy...
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2 pages
An Analysis of the Importance of Cooking For Humanity as Essential Because We Interact Within Everyday
The importance of cooking for humanity is essential because we interact withit every day. Cooking styles varies depending the country and culture we talk about. For example Puerto Rico has a very peculiar cooking style that differs it from the rest of the world. Since I was a boy my grandmother show me how to cook and eat....
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4 pages
Eating Out or Cooking at Home
Eating out is more beneficial than a home cooked meal because it is less time consuming, all you have to do is pick a restaurant. It is also easier to decide what you would like to eat; however, eating at home is cheaper, a family could make two meals out of twenty dollars. Eating at home is also healthier than fast food...
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