Read "The Rooster’s Head in the Soup” by Tim Cahill which starts on page 336 in Food: A Reader for Writers and answer question Analyze #3 on page 340. Analyze 3 Page 340: The author seems to be commenting on the attitudes of Western, likely (mostly) American travelers as they encounter far more exotic eating experiences and cuisines that their own. What are these attitudes? In what fashion does Cahill describe them? Is he fair? Judgmental? How would you describe the position he takes? Why? Make sure you provide textual evidence to support your ideas. Start adding a reference page to all of your assignments Your response should be between a page and a page and a half. The references page information is: Cahill, T. (2015). The Rooster’s Head in the Soup. In D. Holdstein & D. Aquiline (Eds.), Food: A Reader for Writers (pp. 336-340). Oxford University Press.