Thomas Bevilacque, who has been in the seafood business since 1900, has operated the Clam Bar, a restaurant at 1517 Surf Avenue, since1925...There used to be big seafood restaurants at Coney Island before prohibition...they are gone and seafood is not asplentiful and cheap as it was when it could be taken from the beach and Coney Island Canal...Roasted ears of corn, caramel popcorn,apples on sticks, Italian ices, frozen custard and roasted peanuts are just a few more possibilities."
---"Food: At Coney Island," June Owen, , May 13, 1958 (p.
Consider this a primer for writing good descriptions (here’s your first lesson: “good” isn’t a suitable or sufficient way to describe anything). To make things interesting — and very embarrassing for me — I’ve dug up several of my own stories from years past to illustrate some truly awful blunders in description, each of which poisoned workshops at varying times during the earlier half of the last decade. Be warned: some major toadstools lie ahead.
Descriptive Essay Writing Help: Topics and Examples
Need to make something for class?
To make about 5 cups
3 cups (about 12 ounces) coarsley chopped dried apples
1 cup canned pureed pumpkin
1/2 cup dark brown sugar
1/2 cup roasted sunflower seeds
1/2 cup seedless raisins
1/4 teaspoon coriander seeds
1 teaspoon salt
1 quart water
Combine the [ingredients] and water in a heavy 3 to 4 quart casserole and mix well.
CONTRAST | The Hunger Games 4B3
This exposure to American food was reinforced for the many who joined up following the bombing of Pearl Harbor in the second World War...Now, at least in public, most of the population of Hawaii eats Local Food much of the time...The centerpiece of Local Food is the Plate Lunch available from lunch wagons and from numerous small restaurants...It consists of 'two scoop'...sticky rice...a large portion of meat, usually cooked in Asian style, a portion of macaroni salad or potato salads, and perhaps a lettuce leaf of dab of kimch'i on the side."
---, Alan Davidson [Oxford University Press:Oxford] 1999 (p.
Browse By Author: M - Project Gutenberg
Within a matter of years they had become a part of world trade...From the start, new animals and plants were introduced; cows, horses, and goats, and a bewildering variety of plants...Hawaiian food and haole food (the latter being the food of the white incomers) continued side by side with occasional input from the Chinese who also ended up on the islands...On ceremonial occasions, there would be luaus at which largely Hawaaian foods was served: poi, of course, and dried fish and shrimp, luau pig baked in the imu, seaweed, and taro leaves, and a dessert made of coconut milk thickened with Polynesian arrowroot...
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Buying a whole pig (assuming you guy it and don't raise and slaughter it yourself), keeping it refrigerated, finding a place to dig an imu, preparing lauluas, and collecting the varieties of raw seafood if a formidable task...Many Hawaii residents...settle for alternatives: a church luau--Kawaiahao Church has a particularly popular one--or catered baby luau..."
---, Rachel Laudan [University of Hawaii Press:Honolulu] 1996 (p.
Gabriele Library Databases - Immaculata University
Georgia squirrel Stew...is closely related to Brunswick Stew popular in other parts of the South..."Plain but plentiful" food typified the cuisine of the early Georgian homes...Some of the staple foods of Georgia included ricegrown in the coastal marshes and hot breads or biscuits spread thick with homemade preserves.