The father of gastronomy
The Life of James Beard
"I believe that if I ever had to practice cannibalism, I might manage if there were enough tarragon around." This quote, by James Beard, is an example of his wit and personality. My interest in James Beard started in my very first culinary class, a mention of his name, and I was reminiscing of days spent working for Carmine Spiro . Prior to coming to school I was I floor manager in a family owned and operated restaurant called Carmine's, in Albany, NY. The owner has numerous plaques and pictures on the walls of the restaurant, one of them being from the James Bear…
- Character anlysis of John Purcell in the Novel "The Father" by Hugh Garner.
- The father of gastronomy
- War Poems: Compare and contrast a Pre-1900 war poem with a Post 1900 War Poem. (The two used here are "Come Up From The Fields Father" by Walt Whitman and "War Photographer" by Carol Anne Duffy
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