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“I’ve always loved food,” says Cassie Dawson in the kitchen阅读理解答案.           ★★★
“I’ve always loved food,” says Cassie Dawson in the kitchen阅读理解答案.
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“I’ve always loved food,” says Cassie Dawson in the kitchen of her flat in London. “But I’ve become bored with eating out. I’ve had too many disappointing meals and paid too much money for them! At one point, fed up with my complaint, a friend suggested I open my own restaurant. Impossible, I thought. But then I heard about supper clubs...”
Supper clubs are a mixture of a restaurant and a dinner party — you go to a stranger’s house and he/she cooks dinner for you. Like a restaurant, you pay for your food, but like a dinner party, you eat at the same table as other people. They are advertised through social-networking sites with a menu and little information about where the supper club is until just before the meal.
“It’s like running a secret restaurant for one night,” says Cassie. “The next morning, I set the tables and chairs aside. I put the TV back and it’s my living room again.”
Cassie opens her “restaurant” for people about once a month, and she really enjoys the evenings she’s had so far. She uses fresh, local ingredients and a typical meal costs about the same as a takeaway — much less than a restaurant meal. So how does she make money out of it?
“I don’t,” says Cassie. “In fact, at first I was worried about losing money on my club. I’m good at cooking but my maths is terrible! But I was surprised by how cheaply I could make a good meal. This isn’t about money. It’s about a different eating experience.”
And what about inviting complete strangers into her house? Was Cassie ever nervous about that?
“Not at all,” she says. “Almost everyone at the supper club is just interested in having a good meal with other interesting people.”
24. Why did Cassie decide to open her own restaurant finally?
A. To cook cheap and good meals for others.   B. To earn a living.
C. To make friends with strangers.           D. To satisfy her friend’s needs.
25. What does the underlined word “They” in Paragraph 2 refer to?
A. Dinner parties.       B. Fresh ingredients.
C. Invitations to dinner.  D. Supper clubs.
26. We can know that Cassie’s restaurant ________.
A. is only open to her friends    B. serves meals for free
C. only serves takeaways       D. is only open in the evening
27. How does Cassie feel about her restaurant now?
A. Worried.          B.Content.
C. Annoyed.          D. Sensitive.
 24-27 ADDB 


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