Food and You Essay

Restaurant review:Tastes of the pier in the alley

Pier 39 is one of the smallest restaurants in Shanghai China, but it also carries wonderful memories belonging to our family. The restaurant is located in Jinxian Road, which is quiet in the middle of noisy. There are always seats available, and you can enjoy the food quietly. As soon as you enter, you’ll smell a characteristic aroma of coffee, and see the gray brick wall which it looks very Nordic. The waiter will ask about your preferences first to help you arrange your seat. The seats there are quite small, and people who feel like it can touch the side table. The restaurant is dominated by Nordic style, with bright floor-to-ceiling windows, brown round dining tables, and soft as the clouds of the sofa seating. This gives a fresh, bright and natural visual experience. Close to the corner of the wall, decorated with a few pots of carefully trimmed, radiant green plants, make people’s mood also brighten up. Because there are not many customers, the waiters are also pretty relaxed. But their meals are as fresh as the restaurant’s décor: the smoked salmon salad is a must-order for every visit. Served with fresh vegetables, orange tomatoes, and topped with an attractive, shiny salmon and golden cheese powder. It is Drizzled with the store’s homemade citric vinegar before serving. With soothing jazz, people talk and chew, enjoying the atmosphere. You can have a salmon with vegetables, the taste of sweet and sour bloom in your mouth. Their chicken breast spaghetti is also my favorite: hot, sweet pasta is perfect for a cold stomach after a salad. Soft chicken breast with mushroom and onion; and with the creamy sauce made with milk, salt, and black pepper, sprinkled with green parsley; and sweet and salty taste cannot be more devotion. Most of the dishes cost only $18, and the amount of each dish is very large: like a salad pot. We celebrated my mother’s 39th birthday in this restaurant, and our photos are still on the photo wall of the restaurant. Spend a 39th birthday at the “39th pier”. This restaurant preserves the precious memories of our family’s birthday, and also allows us to taste the fresh and special “pier” taste. The most rewarding things to do is to be with the family, quiet enjoyment of food and leisure is time.

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A common life, yet wonderful memories!

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I have always wanted to travel around the world. On the road carrying backpacks, I have seen many people, heard many stories, and saw the scenery of travel. In this way, I slowly learned to grow up. Travel is another kind of life. Life is a journey. The footsteps of travel never stop to pick up the beauty and the sky of life, let the travel have more meaning of life and make life more travel. Travel is actually about where you are standing, what kind of people you met, your feelings, thoughts, new things that you care about and discover, the lifestyles of you and others, the arrangement of ideas, you and the unknown world. Dialogue, you ask questions about your heart. All of this requires us to look for it with sincerity. No matter the journey or life, the harvest must be a lot.

How does someone get courage in hardship?

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The kid’s book ‘Sixth Violin’ written by Hana Hashimoto, a story of determination, perseverance, and dreaming. The protagonist is an Asian American whose name is Hana Hashimoto. Hana Hashimoto has signed up to play her violin at her school’s talent show. She’s only a beginner, and her brother insists she isn’t good enough. The day of talent show arrived, Hana begins to wonder if she is really good enough? But Hanaencouraged by her parents, brothers, and friends and then she surprises everyone once it is her turn to perform, even herself. This book shows that humans need courage and perseverance to overcome hardship. Like Hana in the book, when she was in hardship, she gets courage from her family members and determined to play her best, even though she knows she could not perform well. When someone perseveres with their goal, family member and friend’s encouragement may lead to courage and success.