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  • Annotated Bibliography 1. Luis Guerrero, Maria Dolors Guardia, Joan Xicola, Wim Verbeke, Filiep Vanhonacker, Sylwia Zakowska-Biemans, Marta Sajdakowska, Claire Sulmont-Rosse´, Sylvie Issanchou, Michele Contel, M. Luisa Scalvedi, Britt Signe Granli, Margrethe Hersleth. “Consumer-driven definition of traditional food products and innovation in traditional foods. A qualitative cross-cultural study” Appetite Journal 52 (2009): 345-354. Science Direct. Web. 15 Apr. 2010. The […]

  • Name: (optional) Age: Race: 1. What is the most attractive feature about Halal food to you? Please rank the from most attractive to least (1 – Most attractive, 4 – Least attractive) ___    Value (amount of food you get for your money) ___   Taste ___    Cultural/religious reasons ___    Convenience 2. Why do prefer Halal food […]

  • Yea, I think the social thing might be a factor, but when it comes down to it, if the food taste good your going to keep eating it.

  • I will focus on Halal street food. I will discuss the affect that they have on nearby restaurant, the correlation of the increase of Muslim taxi drivers. And the social stigmas associated with eating street food and how they a being changed. Also I would like to interview the vendors and the people eating their […]

  • ThumbnailLike many of those famed traveling food writers on the Travel channel I am all about delicious, different and delectable foods. The other thing that I have in common with these food writers is that many of the best dishes can be found on the street. That’s right street vendors are exploding in popularity around the […]

  • My final proposal is one that affects many people and most people might not even recognize it. It’s what you eat, that’s right, I wanted to look at the shift from so called ‘bland’ foods to the more ethnic cuisines that have become so main-stream. Why do I see a Halal cart in almost every […]

  • Nisha, this sounds like a great topic but how do you plan to obtain your information?

  • ThumbnailWhen this assignment was assigned, I was both nerves and excited. I was nerves about the group idea, working with someone who I probably have nothing in common with.  I was excited to get some hands on experience with my final project without all the pressure. When I was teamed up with Stephanie, I didn’t know […]

  • Just by looking at the picture on your blog, I knew you were all into make up before even reading what you wrote. Its amazing how much people having in common as total strangers and a common blog. I myself have a love for the art of make up.

  • nalicia21 commented on the post, Day 5 , on the site Visual Sociology Blog! 7 years, 7 months ago

    To be hones, the kitchen is one of my favorite place in my home as well. I don’t use my kitchen as homework area, but it is truly a social, entertaining, relaxing area because I love to cook and bake. Your picture first glance reminded me of the first kitchen my family had when we […]

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    Beth Israel Hospital is located on 1 st Avenue and 16 th Street. While in my car parked across the street from the hospital I observed the following. The loud bus running, specifically the M15; the bus was accompanied by a lot of other traffic. I also notice big red sight seeing buses, I guess this area has […]

  • ThumbnailHello everyone, my name is Nalicia Poonai and here is what I would like to share with you about myself. I was born in Guyana, educated in America and at age 25 I have been married 8 months to my boyfriend of 7 years. I stared college in 2003 as an Accounting major where we met […]