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Unformatted text preview: Haley Arenson English 100 Sharon Yam The flaky pita is carved open and balls of falafel, deep fried balls of ground chickpeas, steam inside. The customer then can add hummus, tomatoes, lettuce and anything else their heart desires. I was fortunate enough to let this savory meal entire my stomach when I was in Israel. However, with out traveling to the Middle East and experimenting with different types of food, I would never have understood the true beauty of food. Cooking is a difficult task. It’s easy to follow in the other chef’s footsteps and use recipes that have been made before, but to make a new recipe with new flavor combinations and new styles of cooking is a whole new world. In order to do so, one must travel and try all the different flavors and dishes that have been created already. By doing so, the cook will be able to create the most splendid of all dishes. It’s because these chefs learn about new spices and cooking styles when traveling, that they are able to create explosions of flavor and know what spices and herbs...
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2012 for the course ENGLISH 100 taught by Professor --- during the Spring '08 term at University of Wisconsin.
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