The United States potato chip industry employs around 60,000 people. The potato chip was created by George Crum, a Native American, who worked as a chef in a fine restaurant in New York in 1835. George Crum never patented the potato chip and the chip wasn’t created on purpose. In fact, the potato chip was made when a customer ordered fries and thought that the fries were too thick and send back his order. George Crum then decided to make fries that were really thin and would be hard to eat with a fork in a way of irritating the customer.
I was anxious to eat this special meal because it was the first time I would try the pozole. The aroma coming out of the pot where the pozole was cooking was tingling through my nostrils as I breathed in, and also making my mouth extra watery. When I asked my mom what pozole was, all she said was that it was like menudo. My heart sunk when I heard this. Menudo was the food I hated most.
The beef noodle that my friend cooked was nowhere near the pho that a lot of Americans can enjoy. It was bun bo Hue which was a very spicy kind noodle that we were also very proud of but cannot introduce much to the world because it had much of shrimp sauce in it. When you put shrimp sauce into the pot of boiling broth, the vaporizing steam brings out the smell of the sauce so strongly and fiercely that when you invite friends for home cooked bun bo Hue, you don’t have to give them the address, just tell them the street name and they will find your house correctly. My foxy friend put a very generous amount of shrimp sauce into his cunning plan and his poor next door neighbor raised up a sign of home for sale in no longer than a few month
"Turkeys in the Kitchen" Response The point of the short story is that most men are useless when it comes to helping out in the kitchen; in this case Thanksgiving. The example used to support his claim is his memory of his last Thanksgiving dinner at his friend's house. He says that some men don't even know what some types of food looks like. I believe that his whole point that men are useless when it comes to cooking in the kitchen is somewhat true, yet false at the same time. I know for a fact that some men out there are the only ones that cook in their home.
For Thanksgiving last year my meal was a small scoop of potatoes, a spoon full of gravy, one roll, and a couple pieces of white, dry turkey breast. This is hardly what I call a holiday meal. Controlling my diet has taught me to discipline my mind. Wrestling has also kept me physically fit and healthy. The hard conditioning has made my body and immune system very strong.
One of the reasons we should serve turkey is because a lot of turkey is made every thanksgiving and letting it go to waste would be a sin itself. If you won’t eat it, someone else will. Another reason to eat turkey on Thanksgiving is because it is simply a tradition, maybe not to all, but to my family it is; and it isn’t thanks giving without it. The third and final reason we should be allowed to eat turkey on Thanksgiving
(And don’t worry this chapter is a lot saner and healthier than the previous.) I again got another wake up call and this time I listened. I love to workout but there is an old saying you are what you eat and boy did I eat. All I did was eat fast food. My middle name soon became McDonald’s To me fast food was my long lost lover, If I didn’t have a cheeseburger or French fries , I would have an ice cream milk shake.
At dinner table that evening. I could still remember my aunt made us pepperoni pizza smiled like wonderful juicy cheese melting down the warm crust. And the fried chicken wings looked so crispy and covered with the special handmade BBQ sauce. If it was any other day I would give the pizza and wings a big shot, but today I did not want even a single bite. During the dinner, everybody could tell there was something wrong with me.
The second time I made it, I served it over some 0 calorie orzo from Miracle Noodle, and I felt like I was eating a HUGE meal for just 4 Points +. It did need some extra salt and pepper, but it was fantastic, and oh-so satisfying! Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipes are my go to meals when I’m pressed for time and have some leftover produce in my fridge that I want to
Jeffrey Ware Joel Osteen The other day I ate some rather extraordinary Chinese food for lunch and, on my way out, grabbed a fortune cookie. I cracked it open and read a silly little proverb meant to inspire, I suppose. I wish it had said “Brisk uphill walk after all-you-can-eat buffet is a bad idea.” Never mind. As I waddled my way home, regretting that last plate of food (so delicious…), I thought “This fortune sounds like something Joel Osteen would say.” And then it struck me—there is very little difference between Joel and those fortune cookies (except that the cookies are delicious, of course). And now, to prove it, I will give you these twelve quotes.