Revise ENG812(ESL): The Influence of Ethnic Restaurants and Food in the U.S.

Hi, the essay has already been completed which I have attached. Please revise it based on my professor’s feedback. Thank you so much! Please be sure that after the answer is revised it is 5 to 7 pages (not including work cited page) Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced MLA Format
Feedback: Hi :)! I’ve read through the article and first I would like to thank you for the effort you put. Overall the essay is pretty good; however, there’a little revision I would like you to make to meet my requirement. Please use the essay I attached since there were some grammar some grammar mistakes that I revised in the original answer that you provided 😊.
In “‘I’ll Take Chop Suey’: Restaurants as Agents of Culinary and Cultural Change,” Samantha Barbas illustrates, particularly using Chinese restaurants and food, that historically ethnic restaurants have played a major role in cultural and culinary crossing. She notes that although Chinese restaurants did little to eradicate racism, they made it possible for Americans to cross cultural and culinary boundaries (682-683). Do restaurants promote a better understanding of the ethnic group and reduce American prejudice against them? Do they help Americans construct positive images about the ethnic group?
I’ve noticed that in the essay you did a great job on stating that ethnic restaurants serve as a medium to facilitate cultural crossing, but you ignore the above questions that I bold. Therefore, could you please add one more paragraph, explaining the American’s prejudice and stereotype toward ethnic groups. Also, your opinion about whether the ethnic restaurants help to diminish those bad image and form a positive one of the ethnic groups. (Note that this paragraph should be correlated to the answer you sent earlier)
In “‘I’ll Take Chop Suey’: Restaurants as Agents of Culinary and Cultural Change,” Samantha Barbas illustrates, particularly using Chinese restaurants and food, that historically ethnic restaurants have played a major role in cultural and culinary crossing. She notes that although Chinese restaurants did little to eradicate racism, they made it possible for Americans to cross cultural and culinary boundaries (682-683). Do restaurants promote a better understanding of the ethnic group and reduce American prejudice against them? Do they help Americans construct positive images about the ethnic group?
I’ve noticed that in the essay you did a great job on stating that ethnic restaurants serve as a medium to facilitate cultural crossing, but you ignore the above questions that I bold. Therefore, could you please add one more paragraph, explaining the American’s prejudice and stereotype toward ethnic groups. Also, your opinion about whether the ethnic restaurants help to diminish those bad image and form a positive one of the ethnic groups. (Note that this paragraph should be correlated to the answer you sent earlier)
Requirements:
MLA format required (pay careful attention on citations)
Must include direct citations from at least one course reading (see the enclosed documents) and at least five sources from Temple library databases (Temple library database are accessible to everyone online). I will provide you with the login details once you are selected to work on the question 😉.
Before writing the essay, please come up with a one page research proposal (research proposal do not need to be in MLA format), which must include a working thesis, your major points, and a brief description of five sources you plan to use in your paper.
Clearer instruction can be seen in the enclosed document.
Topic:
As part of ethnic culture themselves, ethnic restaurants and food have made various cultural contributions in American society. In “‘I’ll Take Chop Suey’: Restaurants as Agents of Culinary and Cultural Change,” Samantha Barbas illustrates, particularly using Chinese restaurants and food, that historically ethnic restaurants have played a major role in cultural and culinary crossing. She notes that although Chinese restaurants did little to eradicate racism, they made it possible for Americans to cross cultural and culinary boundaries (682-683). In their article “Putting Mexican Cuisine on the Table: The Cultural Dimension of Cuisine as Connecting Point,” Patricia Jimenez Kwast and Ji Hae Kim argue that although to some people ethnic restaurants may be nothing more than a place to serve food, potentially they can play a role as “facilitators of cross-cultural understanding and interaction.” Using certain ethnic restaurants and food, develop an argument about their roles as cultural ambassadors in American society. How do the particular ethnic restaurants and food enable cultural and culinary crossings? How do they bridge cultural gaps between the ethnic group and Americans? Do they promote a better understanding of the ethnic group and reduce American prejudice against them? Do they help Americans construct positive images about the ethnic group? Do they help the ethnic group and Americans negotiate and reshape their cultural identities? These are some of the questions you can consider while you are exploring your topic.
Requirements: 5 to 7 pages ( not including work cited page) Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced MLA Format
Please:
Only be sure to use scholarly sources published within the last 5 years
No plagiarism

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