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  • The Most Memorable Meal Essay

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    The Most Memorable Meal As a food lover and adventurous eater, I've certainly eaten so many kinds of food from many countries around the world. And I have a lot of good and bad moments related to food. However, when you ask me about the most memorable meal that I have eaten in my life, perhaps the first thing that appears in my mind is my daddy’s soup. It was 10 years ago, when I was just a little boy. At that time, my mom had so much work at her office and she just couldn’t come back home until

  • Chemical Senses

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    When smelling a fresh home cooked meal/food such as Grandma’s famous apple pie or Grandpa’s honey glazed ham it can bring great positive emotions and can trigger past memorable meals that can associate with what you are smelling within that moment. I have made great wonderful meals that I have learned from older generations of my family and I continue the cycle of cooking them because it brings me great joy

  • My Service Learning Experience For Volunteer At Two Places

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    For my service learning experience, I had to volunteer at two places, due to some issues I had at one of the volunteer sites. Both sites served as a great learning experience to me and I really enjoyed what time I got to spend at each of the sites. Both sites were there to provide support to those who had some sort of disability and help them lead a more independent life. Each site did amazing work with their clients and I am exceptionally happy to see places like this in our community. The first

  • Army Corps Recruit Depot ( Mcrd ) Essay

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    In one’s life, there is that one place that is the more memorable than any other place in the world. For the men and women who service their country, deploying would be the most memorable place. Before the long, vigorous months in the closest place to hell, these man and woman share the same place that of the ones who have not deployed called boot camp. In the Marine Corps, recruits go through 13 weeks of physical and mental challenges aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD). But through all 13

  • Chemical Senses

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    The Hippocampus sends memories the appropriate part of the cerebral hemisphere for “long-term” storage and then retrieves them when needed (Bailey, 2016). It is no surprise that with that the sense of smell passing through these structures, that meals and tastes that are related to emotional events, such as weddings, anniversaries, holidays, hold such visceral reactions when triggered by a smell. Foodgasm While there is no “credible” definition for what a “foodgasm” is, I will assume that

  • Reflection On Pre-Service Reflection

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    continually work with Feed My Starving Children, an organization whose mission is to provide children in need with high quality, filling meals. I go to the center often, to pack meals that get sent to various countries around the world. I thoroughly enjoy this work, it makes me feel like I am making a difference to kids who do not always have access to sustainable meals. Volunteering at these two organizations makes me feel like I am becoming more civically engaged in my community. B. What can you do

  • Inclusive California Vacation

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    vacations is on the increase as they are perfect for a quick getaway. It is one of the most popular options available to travelers in California. They take care of a wide assortment of vacation needs at an all-inclusive price. It is Ideal for travelers looking for fun and entertainment all in one package. All inclusive California vacations are package deals that include everything to make your vacation truly memorable. With these packages, the traveler can save money and time. The facilities covered

  • Descriptive Experience Essay

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    Filled with excitement and joy I began to fill my suitcase, overloading with clothing that I most likely will not wear. A I finish my exaggerated packing I heard a thumping sound of knocks at the front door. I hurriedly squish everything and make my way to the door only to be greeted by Ely’s joyful expression. Once we manage to pack our things in the trunk we head off to the airport. Once at the airport were greeted with our growling tummies ready to devour. We have fifteen minutes before our flight

  • Symptoms And Symptoms Of Chemical Senses

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    their environment. Two senses that is important to an individual everyday meal, is the sense of smell and taste. Smell allows the aromas around the meal, to enter the nose to determine if the meal either smells good or bad. Taste gives the mouth the opportunity to understand if a meal either needs more seasoning or if it is just perfect. Taste and smell can also bring back a memory that is associated with a particular meal. These memories could be a harmful memory from a fight in a restaurant, or

  • Difference Between The Pardoner's Tale And The Wife Of Bath

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    plot it says whoever shall tell the best original story out of the two will win a free meal when they get to the tavern. The two stories I will be judging is “The Pardoner's Tale” and “The Wife of Bath”, which I personally believe after evaluating the two stories, “The Pardoner's Tale” is the best of the two and deserves the free dinner. My choice of story is the best because it has a more fair ending, more memorable characters, it is more entertaining because of how their setup and side talking is,