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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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Weekly Response (5/11)

Well since I haven’t been in Food Studies for the last few days, I’m just going to comment on the reading and not the discussion.  Also I almost forgot to post this and so I hope that I can type … Continue reading

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Weekly Response (5/4)

For my final Food Studies project, Logan and I are each writing papers about fried foods and the joy and happiness they bring.  My part of the project is to reflect on the sheer awesomeness of the frying process and … Continue reading

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Weekly Link (5/2)

My link this week is to the Forbes list of the worlds most expensive wines.  It has a nice little slide show of stories and pictures of the world’s most expensive wines and it is divided into categories, such as … Continue reading

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I wanted that title Popov (4/27)

In class this week, as most of you should know, we have been discussing the book The history of the world in Six Glasses.  In one part of the book it discusses how in ancient civilizations wine was considered a … Continue reading

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Haiku at breakfast (4/21)

Maple Syrup rocks. Especially if homemade. Pancakes are yummy. I had fun thinking of this while sitting around the breakfast table with my sister and my mom.

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Why are humans not the brightest things? (4/13)

In this weeks reading we learned about how humans have altered certain plants so much that without us, the plants cannot survive.  Without us, corn would not grow because of the massive amount of kernels on the cob.  Since there … Continue reading

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