How our eating habits have changed over 3 generations

How our eating habits have changed over 3 generations

How Our Eating Habits Have Changed Over Three Generations! In this assignment I will be investigating how out eating habits have changed over three generations by interviewing my friend Sally, my Mum and my Gran. Sally Whyment is 14 years old and currently lives in Glengowrie with her Mum and sister. In her household, Sally’s Mum does the shopping and also does most of the cooking. Meat, vegetables and groceries are all purchased at Bilo with a credit card. Not much food is produced at home except for cakes sometimes. The multicultural foods Sally eats at home are Chinese and Italian, showing the range of foods we have available today. They don’t grow their own vegetables and they have take-away food about once a month, which is not really all that often for people our age. The main meal at Sally’s house is dinner and they rarely eat together at the dinner table because they eat at different times. Sally’s favourite food is beef stew. Beverley Franklin is 45 years old and currently lives in North Brighton, but lived in Clarence Gardens when she was younger with her Mum, Dad, brother and sister. Her Mum used to do the cooking and the shopping. The meat was purchased at the local butcher, the vegetables were purchased at the green grocer and the groceries were delivered to her house, they were all paid for with cash, in some ways we have returned to this with Internet shopping. Lots of food was made at home such as cakes, jams, biscuits and sauces. They also grew vegetables and fruit. They never had multicultural foods because there wasn’t really any around. She rarely had take-away food because there wasn’t much available where she lived but when she went into town she had a hot dog or hot chips. The main meal was dinner because her parents thought is was important to eat as a family. Her favourite food was lamb chops. Audrey Franklin is 76 years old and she currently lives in Clarence Gardens, but when she was yo…


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