Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving - Jason Christian Professor Klayder Cultural...

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Jason Christian Professor Klayder Cultural Paper 3 December 1, 2006 The Best Meal At home, mothers usually cook for the entire family. The food normally tastes amazing. As a rule, whenever I fix dinner, the food always tastes bland to me and tastes better to everybody who did not help cook. Maybe the service to the family exhausts the cook; maybe it is simply psychological. Either way, some unknown reason causes food to always taste better when the service is done by somebody else. This Thanksgiving, my family worked at the Topeka Expocentre’s soup kitchen. No jest intended, the food smelled like the most unholy turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, and green beans I had ever experienced in my life. Nevertheless, after serving the many people in need of food for Thanksgiving, I had never participated in such a wonderful meal all my life. When I first was told by my parents that we were going to be working in a soup kitchen over Thanksgiving, I was irritated that the idea entered my parents’ minds.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENGL 105 taught by Professor Berkland during the Spring '08 term at Kansas.

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