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Catchy Titles For Food Essays Titles

A "Young" cookie monster.


A Cherry Hello!


A day without Chocolate is a day without sunshine!


A is for Apples!


A Sweet Taste of Summer


A Watermelon Eating, Seed Spitting, Juicy Good Time!


All I really need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt! - Lucy Van Pelt (in Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz) And on the eighth day God created chocolate. Biochemically, love is just like eating large amounts of chocolate. - John Milton, The Devils Advocate Calories Don...


Apples and spice and everything nice


Baking Memories


Bless this Food


Bon Appetite


Bring me MORE!


But First Coffee


C is for Cookies


Candy and friends, who needs more?


Canning Our Bounty


Cheeto Girls


chocolate chops


Chocolate is proof that God loves us


Chocolate makes your clothes shrink


Chocolate melts the blues away


Chocolate Monster


Chocolate, a little taste of heaven


Coffee Break.


Dinners on me


Dirt Du jour


Eat Dessert First!


Eat, drink and be merry


EggStra Special


Elastic is our Friend!


Family and Food


Family, food, and fun!


Fire Up The Grill!


Flour Child


Get in my belly.


Good Thing I Wore My Eatin' Pants!!


Guess who's coming to dinner?


Hand over the chocolate and no one will get hurt


Happy helpers


Have Your Cake... and wear it too


I can deal with anything as long as I have chocolate


I can't believe I ate the whole thing!


I never met a chocolate I didn't like


I Want Candy


I would give up chocolate, but I'm no quitter


I'm All Ears


ICE CREAM


If God meant us to be thin, he wouldn't have created chocolate


If there's no chocolate in heaven, then I'm not going


In heaven, chocolate has no calories and it is served as the main course


It's All about the Sauce


Learning to feed myself


Let Them Eat Cake


Let them eat {birthday} cake


life is short, enjoy the coffee


Life's to short...eat more chocolate


locura por el chocolate


LUNCH TIME


Make mine chocolate


Milkshake Junkie


Munch & Crunch


My own Apple dumpling gang


Oh Crab!


Orange You Great


Peas & Thank You (I am doing a page for my baby's first time eating peas with them all over his face of course)


Pigtail Princess and the Peas


Pucker Up (Lemon / Lemonade)


Put all your eggs in one basket


que hay de cenar


S'more of what?


Save the earth ...it's the only planet with chocolate


Simply Delicious


Sweet As Can Be


Sweet Summer Treats!


Sweet Thing!


Taste Test (baby's first food)


The Breakfast of Champions


The Feast


We All Scream for Ice Cream


What do you mean, don't play with my food?


What's Cooking


What's For Dinner?


When life gives you apples, make applesauce


Whip Cream Dream


You are gonna turn into a thin mint!


You're one in a melon


You're the apple of my eye


YUCK!!!


Yum,Yum,Yum


Yum-O!


yummy yummy for my tummy


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The essay for which the title is required obviously deals with the health risks surrounding fast food. It is difficult to choose a title without knowing the content but as the emphasis is apparently on the life-threatening effects of over-indulging in fast food, hopefully these observations will help. 

The first title, "Eat Fast, Die Young," alludes to the well-known saying "Live Fast, Die Young." Although it has its first recorded origins in the nineteenth century,...

The essay for which the title is required obviously deals with the health risks surrounding fast food. It is difficult to choose a title without knowing the content but as the emphasis is apparently on the life-threatening effects of over-indulging in fast food, hopefully these observations will help. 

The first title, "Eat Fast, Die Young," alludes to the well-known saying "Live Fast, Die Young." Although it has its first recorded origins in the nineteenth century, the saying emerged from Willard Motley's book, Knock on Any Door, and was popularized by the movies of the 1940s. Just as by living dangerously and taking risks a person can perhaps expect to live only a short life, fast food is not a wise choice if a person wishes to live a long and healthy life. This title, in my opinion, may be a little too glamorous to be taken seriously, although the fact that it does place responsibility on people for their own choices and actions makes it a possibility for a title. 

Killing Me Softly with Fast Food conjures up images of Roberta Flack and her rendition of Killing Me Softly from the early 1970s. It sounds quite romantic instead of implying that fast food is subtle but deadly, almost unnoticed until it is too late. If the intention is to scare people into taking the fast food epidemic and the obesity that accompanies it seriously, this title may not be strong enough.  

Fast Food: Faster Death? is short and to the point. An exclamation mark rather than a question mark would give it more emphasis and hopefully be shocking enough to convince readers that they need to keep reading. It is my preferred title and suggests that people should themselves be accountable for consuming fast food and recognizing the risks. 

The next title may be a little confusing and be expecting too much of readers. It suggests that fast food bites the dust, not that the people who consume it meet their untimely demises. It does mean that those who consume fast food should be aware of its effects and that fast food then fails in its attempts to worsen people's eating habits, but (and depending on the emphasis of the piece it is intended to be the title of) it may not be strong enough if the intention is to persuade people to STOP eating so much fast food and to eat more healthy alternatives. There is also perhaps such a strong connection with Freddy Mercury and Queen's song Another One Bites the Dust that thoughts of fast food disappear from the radar. 

In The Suspect—Fast Food, there is far more uncertainty as fast food is only a "suspect." If the essay then expounds on the reasons why fast food is a poor choice and gives reasons and evidence to support the view that fast food is the most likely cause of so many health issues such as obesity, heart disease and cholesterol, then it would be a good title. By the end of the essay, it would be hoped that fast food is no longer just a suspect but is sufficiently implicated to convince people to take responsibility for the effects of fast food. 

Eric Schlosser's Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal, reminds readers of the many implications of fast food which far outweigh any personal considerations. 

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