My Point-- and I Do Have One - Chapters 10 and 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10 and 11 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 10, In the Kitchen with Ellen, Ellen reveals her famous recipe for French Toast. Ellen wonders how people figured out that eggs are a good thing to eat. She pictures a Neanderthal biting into an egg and getting a mouthful of shells while other Neanderthals are pointing and laughing at him. To make French toast, Ellen advises that the most important thing you need is a kitchen. Next in descending importance is a pan, flour, and butter. However, above all others, the most essential ingredient is to have a housekeeper who knows how to make French toast so you can sit and have a beer in front of the television.

In Chapter 11, Things That Sound Like a Good Idea at First, But Really Aren't, Ellen lists six things that fit in with the title. Among the list of...

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