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What Are You Eating Right Now?
18 September 2013
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Von Bontee said
That's the only way I eat 'em too - never could bear biting into the damn things. Cut 'em in half, halves into quarters, shave off the bits of core/seeds/stem(s) at the four corners and you've nothing left but sweet tart apple meat.

Just had a "Red Delicious" cut up this way. You don't mention cutting the peel off. Can I assume you eat the peel too? I do. Just being nosy.

 

18 September 2013
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An apple. My wife and I and the kids picked 25 lbs of Cortland apples last weekend so I'm having my 2nd of the day...delicious!a-hard-days-night-john-6

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18 September 2013
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Cheeseburger with pepper jack cheese and grilled onions on a toasted bun. 

18 September 2013
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Not now but at 8:30am tomorrow morning I will be devouring a roll and sausage or two with sauce with a nice cup of tea. Last meal before wisdom tooth removal.

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19 September 2013
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LadyBay said
What I'm NOT eating right now is brown rice - just burnt it (for the second time) because I got caught up reading this forum!

When I married my husband, he came complete with a kitchen gadget called a rice cooker. I had never even heard of one before. It is so handy . Dump in a cup of rice and a cup of water and turn it on. Read all the Beatles Bible forum posts you want to read. The rice cooker will cook the rice perfectly without you.

My husband even gave one to my mom for Christmas one year. She loves that thing.

19 September 2013
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meanmistermustard said
Not now but at 8:30am tomorrow morning I will be devouring a roll and sausage or two with sauce with a nice cup of tea. Last meal before wisdom tooth removal.

Oh, man, good luck. I had all of mine pulled out at the same time. Do they still recommend milkshakes to alleviate the pain?

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19 September 2013
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cbatcu said

LadyBay said
What I'm NOT eating right now is brown rice - just burnt it (for the second time) because I got caught up reading this forum!

When I married my husband, he came complete with a kitchen gadget called a rice cooker. I had never even heard of one before. It is so handy . Dump in a cup of rice and a cup of water and turn it on. Read all the Beatles Bible forum posts you want to read. The rice cooker will cook the rice perfectly without you.

My husband even gave one to my mom for Christmas one year. She loves that thing.

I'm thinking about getting one,  maybe something for the Christmas wish list? I could do it in the microwave but I generally like brown rice done the old-fashioned way - (you know, so it's black and crunchy on the bottom!) :-/

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19 September 2013
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Don't mean to be ignorant, but why can't you just use a pan of boiling water? Surely the rice can over-cook in this cooker thing too? Or can't it? Never heard of a rice cooker before.

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19 September 2013
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fabfouremily said
Don't mean to be ignorant, but why can't you just use a pan of boiling water? Surely the rice can over-cook in this cooker thing too? Or can't it? Never heard of a rice cooker before.

Nope, it never over cooks. It is amazing!

19 September 2013
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Possibly a stupid question but can you add things to the rice in the cooker? I tend to include a stock cube, peas, onion etc when cooking it in a pan as like Emily I've never heard of a rice cooker.

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19 September 2013
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Yep, you can add stuff to the rice, and once you get used to a rice cooker, you'll find it's a very versatile machine. I had a friend who used hers for everything from pasta dishes to chocolate lava cake! There's plenty of recipes on the interweb, as I found out last year when I got mine. Wonderful machine. Wouldn't be without it.

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19 September 2013
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meanmistermustard said
Possibly a stupid question but can you add things to the rice in the cooker? I tend to include a stock cube, peas, onion etc when cooking it in a pan as like Emily I've never heard of a rice cooker.

The one my husband gave my mom steams vegetables also.

I've never tried adding other stuff when cooking rice in the rice cooker. Let's look them up on Amazon and see what all they can do.

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb.....ice+cooker

My rice cooker is ancient.

19 September 2013
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What they say you can cook in one, and what you can cook in one are different.

21 Surprising Things You Can Cook in a Rice Cooker:

http://www.buzzfeed.com/arielk.....ice-cooker

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19 September 2013
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Sounds close to a crock pot to me. :)

19 September 2013
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Linguini with red clam sauce and a Caesar salad on the side. Simply scrumptious.

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19 September 2013
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I love linguini! I just had four cheese ravioli in a tomato sauce and to make it extra cheesy I grated some cheddar on top. It was delicious. (Cheese is my chocolate!) 

19 September 2013
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Hannah said
(Cheese is my chocolate!) 

Oh yeah - one my favorite snacks is sliced cheddar and grapes on crackers.

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20 September 2013
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Zig said

Hannah said
(Cheese is my chocolate!) 

Oh yeah - one my favorite snacks is sliced cheddar and grapes on crackers.

Never tried that before Zig but definitely will in the not so distant future. Cheese and apple01 is also yummy! 

20 September 2013
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A chocolate Mars(TM) muffin at Muffin Break (OK - it was 15 minutes ago but I'm still recovering).

20 September 2013
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sky090909 said
Sounds close to a crock pot to me. :)

Hubby didn't come with a crock pot. I don't know the difference between these two kitchen appliances.

LadyBay said

cbatcu said

LadyBay said
What I'm NOT eating right now is brown rice - just burnt it (for the second time) because I got caught up reading this forum!

When I married my husband, he came complete with a kitchen gadget called a rice cooker. I had never even heard of one before. It is so handy . Dump in a cup of rice and a cup of water and turn it on. Read all the Beatles Bible forum posts you want to read. The rice cooker will cook the rice perfectly without you.

I'm thinking about getting one,  maybe something for the Christmas wish list? I could do it in the microwave but I generally like brown rice done the old-fashioned way - (you know, so it's black and crunchy on the bottom!) :-/

Hahaha. You could be nostalgic every now and then and make it the old-fashioned way.a-hard-days-night-george-10

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