A week as a Waiter The argument in this excerpt is about how struggles of the waiter are severely underestimated. Perspective is a food critic who works as a waiter for a week in order to gain insight about the work environment. Tone is casual but informative. Audience is towards people who are interested in all…

interview with food prep

What’s your name? Richard Zhou What’s your occupation? Food Prep Where do you work? Dining Commons Why did you take this job? Money, experience How much do you get paid? $10.15 per hour Do you share tips? No tips What kind of establishment is it? Fast food? Dine-in restaurant? Food court on campus What kind…

Chop, Fry, Boil: Eating for One, or 6 Billion The variety of food the average American consumes has diminished due to laziness. By learning a handful of simple recipes the average consumer can increase their nutritional intake, save money, and have better tasting food. The recipes discussed in the article are tasty, more healthy and…

THE PROCESS PART DOS

My concluding and intro paragraph uses a lot of passive voice. That is my biggest concern. I also have to get started on my quotes and works cited. Other than that my review partner said my paragraphs were suffice.

WRITING STRATEGIES YO

I’m not the best writer but I’ve never had serious writer’s block because of these strategies. It’s a secret so don’t tell anyone. 1. I don’t dive straight into the writing piece. Make a plan/outline of what you’re trying to tell the reader. Going into a piece without a plan will make the piece incoherent.…