Hey please no plagiarizing
THIS PAPER IS BASICALLY DEFINING THE ORIGIN BEHIND THE MEAL GYRO PLATE , PLEASE DONT HESITATE TO ASK ME QUESTIONS OR ANYTHING THAT IS CONFUSING , THIS WAS COPY AND PASTED SO I EDITED A LITTLE THEIRS A FEW EXAMPLES GIVEN , THANKSSS, SORRY FOR THE CAPS THE BUTTON IS STUCK HAHA
Topic: I need you to write a global history or story of a meal this meal is GYRO PLATE.
Details: You will first need to precisely specify the GYRO PLATE . For example, if the favorite meal was “sushi”, specify exactly what kind(s) of sushi would constitute a favorite sushi dish for you. Once you have done that, you need to compile a recipe or, at the least, a list of ingredients and general description of the method of preparation.
*******The cover page of the project must contain the recipe / list of ingredients, and a photo of the meal.******
The body of the paper must provide one or more of the following elements of a global history/story of the GYRO PLATE meal:
The biological places of origin of the various ingredients and how they came together in your meal.
o For example, if the meal is Italian dish like spaghetti and marinara sauce, figure out how tomatoes and basil, which are not native to Italy, ended up in Italian dishes.
How and why the ingredients or preparation of the meal(GYRO PLATE) have changed over time and as it (or versions of it) spread around the globe.
o Often as cuisines move across the globe or are affected by global interactions, people will replace one ingredient with another, for reasons of money, taste, or blending of culinary traditions.
How the cultural status of THE MEAL (GYRO PLATE) has changed through time and place in response to political, economic, and social changes. Or how the cultural status of a meal is established as it begins to be consumed in a new country or region.
o For example, we see sushi as a kind of fancy, high-brow meal. But it’s not really seen that way in Japan. What is its status in Japan? Why? How did it gain that fancy status in the United States? And why does Japanese food tend to have that status but not, say, Mexican or Indian food?
An examination of the global supply chain of your dish, from farm to table. Look at where the ingredients you consume are grown, how and the conditions under which they get to your table, and the environmental consequences of that process.
Sources/Citations: You should have at least three sources for your paper. These must be reputable sources. You may quote from your sources, but I highly encourage you to do so only if you think it’s absolutely necessary—I would like to hear your words! And be sure not to intentionally or accidentally plagiarize from the sources you are using. If you are unsure what counts as plagiarism, read through this page closely.
Format:* NO PLAGIARIZING* The body of the paper must be at least 1,000 words, in 12-point, Time New Roman font, and with 1 inch margins on all sides. A failure to meet these criteria will be heavily