Monthly Archives: May 2011

Random Link Post That You Must See Immediately.

So, I was searching the internet for the publishing information stuff so I could cite Standage, and I found this¬†. I just thought it was sort of cool that he is on here, so you guys should go look at … Continue reading

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In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: It goes on..(5/18)

Title: Quote, Ghandi Of all the things I have learned this semester, I think the most valuable thing I will take away is my new way of thinking about food. Because of medical issues, I had already had to start … Continue reading

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Think About It (5/18)

The last semester has included many minutes wasted in class, talking about things that have no relation to the topic whatsoever and then actually talking about food. We learned things in class as well, and it was all around an … Continue reading

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My Final Weekly Response (5/18)

This is the last personal response for the year and I don’t really know what to do about it.¬† Mr. Knight has told me to summarize everything that we did this semester, but I feel that I need to do … Continue reading

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Personal Response- What Studying Food Has Taught Me. (5/18)

This semester we have gone over countless articles and chapters about…. food. Everything about food, about how food creates cultures, about the history of food, food related traditions, and even the theory that the start of cooking food is what … Continue reading

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It’s Not Personal – May 16th

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Morning Eats (5/11)

Prelude: So, I have a cultural (but not necessarily food-related) question. In Russia & Co. (Ukraine, Belarus, etc.), it is kind of a taboo to shake hands or say goodbye to someone over a threshold. People like pizza deliverers will … Continue reading

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