Williams Murray Hamm has created the branding and packaging for Chosen Bun, a new London-based gourmet burger delivery service. The consultancy, which was appointed earlier this year, used the name Chosen Bun to reflect the company’s founders’ ‘obsession with recipe experimentation’ to find ‘the ultimate burger’, says Williams Murray Hamm. During a year of research for the project, Chosen Bun founders Andy Shovel and Pete Sharman visited US cities including New York, LA, Miami and Naples on ‘tasting trips’. The branding uses a blue, black and white colour palette, with a ‘ketchup red squirt’ that crosses out things that the brand doesn’t do, such as deliver by unicycle or boat. Hamm says, ‘We wanted to go against the grain of most of the stuff you get through the letterbox and on pizza boxes. Hamm says, ‘It’s all about burgers and that’s how we have communicated Chosen Bun.  It’s witty and reflects the personality of the partners. Does the pain of giving birth give meaning and a sense of accomplishment to women who endure it without analgesia? You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Organic – Sweet paprika is one of the milder forms of capsicum and is a great way of colouring and flavouring food without giving it a lot of heat. We sell whole, fresh, organic spices, directly imported from the producers and fairly traded.


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Our chicken drumsticks are perfect for barbeques, but are also delicious cooked in an oven. Meanwhile, women who had medicated childbirths seemed to have a lesser sense of their own role in bringing a baby into the world. Each time, she waited to take an epidural, and each time, as the depth of her pain worsened, I felt ever more useless to do anything.
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What that fictional mama drama is meant to communicate is the excruciating pain women experience with labor. Yes, I breathed with her and yes, I massaged her back and yes, I whispered words of encouragement into her ear.


An anesthesiologist (or nurse anesthetist) pops a needle into a woman’s lower back and attaches a catheter.
There was a time when women birthed children at home, with the help of midwives, family and close friends.
With the march of progress, birth became medicalized, the noble intent being to keep women and children safe and healthy through the process. With the exception of the saline injections and massage, experts have yet to find enough evidence to support these methods.Drugs or not, pain relief has always had a strong coterie of critics. While this is sure to raise the ire of more than a few 21st-century moms (including, perhaps, the lovely mother of my own two kids), there is a line of modern thinking that suggests pain is an important, even essential, part of birth. Several studies (including this one) have shown that the labor pain is fundamentally different from pain of disease or physical trauma, suggesting, perhaps, that there is higher purpose to it.But just what that purpose is, or its significance, seems to depend heavily on where in the world you live.
That is, research tells us how a woman perceives and responds to pain is culturally defined.



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