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Rice Pilaf

The first sit-down restaurant experience that I remember was of Morrison’s Cafeteria in the Gentilly neighborhood of New Orleans. Back in the seventies, the waiters at Morrison’s still wore tuxedo-like uniforms and carried your tray to your table.  329 more words

Old-school Favorites

My Three Rices

In my pantry I have a large plastic bin with three bags of rice. I remember, Jim’s surprise, a reluctant rice eater at the time, the first time I brought a 20 pound bag of rice home. 314 more words

Food Writing

Light & Easy Salmon Dinner

Last night was just one of those nights I was not in the mood to put forth a ton of effort into making dinner.  Neither Danny or myself were craving anything specific.   499 more words

How to cook rice in a microwave (หุงข้าวด้วยไมโครเวฟ)

Not everybody has a rice cooker. Some people don’t have rice all the time like Asian people do, so it’s not worth the investment. So, for those of you who don’t have a rice cooker but want to have some rice, today I have a great alternative method to cook rice for you. 207 more words


3. Fried Rice

Remember when I steamed Jasmine rice? (see 1. Steamed Jasmine Rice) Welp, it was too much to eat. I spread the extra out onto a half sheet tray and popped it into the fridge uncovered. 388 more words


2. Onigiri

Onigiri is Japanese white rice balls usually wrapped in seaweed. It can be filled or just plain. Nowadays, there are cute molds that you can buy to form fun characters or shapes. 300 more words


1. Jasmine Rice

“Rice is great if you’re really hungry and want to eat two thousand of something.” -Mitch Hedberg

So many varieties of rice exist in the world that it’s hard to figure out where to start. 432 more words