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Part 1:
Reflect on the films Burnt and East Side Sushi. Both are often described as authentic representations of contemporary challenges young aspiring chefs face. While there are certainly important differences when we analyze the two films, compare the characters of Adam Jones, Helene, Juana, and Aki to explore significant similarities that might help us to understand the appeal of both films to contemporary audiences. Be sure to support the analysis with references to specific scenes. Present the response in a short reflective essay that has a clear three-part structure (introduction, supporting paragraphs, and conclusion).
As always, a well-developed unified reflection will be between 1.5 (three paragraphs) to 3 pages (six paragraphs) in length (double spaced), engage critically in the ideas and concepts presented, and have a clear three-part structure (introduction, supporting paragraph(s), conclusion. Assume readers are familiar with the plots and keep summaries to a minimum.
Part 2:
Because much has changed since Swift’s proposal was published in 1729, this week’s journal allows you to try your hand at composing a contemporary food related satire or parody. While is up to you whether the target of the satire or parody is political or social, it needs to not only make people laugh or disturb them but that it must also offer a serious commentary on an important social issue of our time. This part’s conventions are less formal than a typical reflection. Be sure to adhere to the conventions of fiction in terms of integrating dialogue in fiction.

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