memoir2 - YooChul Hong Ms. Fournier RHT101001 09/13/2010...

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YooChul Hong Ms. Fournier RHT101001 09/13/2010 The Rice Cake Stuffed My Memories of Family When I look back on my childhood, it was hard to see my family members due to family circumstances. I could not go and see my relatives except for some holidays. There is a festive day of thanks for a rich harvest in Korea, Choo-Suk, where kith, kin, and family members gather together. It is pretty similar to Thanksgiving Day for Americans. During this holiday, all the family members make rice cakes, Song-Pyun, which is a typical and traditional food like turkey would be for Americans. The rice cakes impressed me with an unforgettable taste and the memories with my family as a symbol of happiness. Song-Pyun is usually not considered a main dish, but dessert. A Song-Pyun is shaped in a small half moon. The size of the Song-Pyun is two inches long by one inch wide. Because rice is the main ingredient of the Song-Pyun, the surface of the rice cake is moist. If someone sees it at first, the person might think it has a common taste. The Song-Pyun could be colored by pine
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course RTH 101 taught by Professor Hell during the Spring '11 term at Triton College.

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