Category Archives: Food Essays Fall 2015

Chicken “Pot” Pie?

Being from a small town less than an hour outside of Philadelphia, I was always exposed to the ever-so greasy and ever-so tasty food of the city. People from the area were less than picky. Aside from the ten pound … Continue reading

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Finding my passion through food

  Growing up, I never understood why anyone would want to cook for fun. I would watch the food network with my Nanny, and as I watched shows like Iron Chef, I would always think to myself, “why”? Why did … Continue reading

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What Memories Can Inspire

Stories about a tradition usually revolve around an annual event—something that brings the whole family together. In some cases, the only time a family comes together. I would say this story is about a tradition, but it’s more about the … Continue reading

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My Taste of Home

I examine the shelf, consider which cookbook to take. Next week is Thanksgiving at my aunt’s house, and I’m making hors d’oeuvre. It has to be made on the day before Thanksgiving, so it can’t be my signature cheese toasts … Continue reading

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Gambling with Favorites

Ken Crichlow 12/8/15 ENG 230 Gambling with Favorites It was just recently that I once again sunk back into my memory. This is something I do a lot, especially as I still can’t believe I’m 21 and a senior. Usually … Continue reading

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Don’t Inhale Your Food.

By Grace Davies Food and wellness are two aspects of life that share a deep connection. Eating fulfills more of a purpose than just sustaining us physically- the sense of calm and satisfaction that comes after eating a good meal … Continue reading

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“A Gluten Free Essay”

Fads are a popularized thing or way of thinking that is popular usually for a short time. But what if I told you that food fads can be helpful to people with severe food allergies. “Flour-less Brownies” I thought to … Continue reading

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