Some articles on rice, cooked rice:
... the Japanese Imperial Army sanctioned an automobile-kitchen equipped with a primitive rice cooker ... The rice cooker was a rectangular wooden box with two electrodes attached to opposite ends ... To cook the rice, the box was filled with washed rice and water, and then a current was applied ...
... There is no single recipe of nasi goreng, every fried rice dish with certain mixtures, additions, ingredients, and toppings could lead to another recipe of nasi goreng ... The basic ingredients of nasi goreng are rice left over from yesterday's meal and sliced or ground bumbu (spices) mixture of shallot, garlic, pepper, salt, tomato ketchup ... The texture of leftover cooked rice is considered more suitable for nasi goreng than that of newly cooked rice, as freshly cooked rice is too moist and soft ...
... also spelled panch'an) refers to small dishes of food served along with cooked rice in Korean cuisine ... (반상) usually consists of bap (밥, cooked rice), guk or tang (soup), gochujang or ganjang, jjigae, and kimchi ... Bowls of cooked rice and guk (soup) are set individually ...
Famous quotes containing the words rice and/or cooked:
“To become a celebrity is to become a brand name. There is Ivory Soap, Rice Krispies, and Philip Roth. Ivory is the soap that floats; Rice Krispies the breakfast cereal that goes snap-crackle-pop; Philip Roth the Jew who masturbates with a piece of liver.”
—Philip Roth (b. 1933)
“who cooked rotten animals lung heart feet tailborscht & tortillas
dreaming of the pure vegetable kingdom,”
—Allen Ginsberg (b. 1926)