Stirfry with Mike Tsang (April 12, 2006, 0) - Mike wanted to know how to cook the sugar peas we received in last
week’s Good Food Box, so I suggested a stirfry. He bought chicken
breasts from Dominion, and we threw it all together in my kitchen.
Onions, garlic, carrots, mushroom, sugar peas, chicken, broccoli,
sesame ginger teriyaki sauce… It turned out to be a colorful and
Comfort food: SPAM (April 19, 2006, 0) - Here’s incongruity for you: jasmine rice and SPAM. Yes, rice is rice,
but jasmine rice is soft and fluffy and sticky and wonderful, and SPAM
is SPAM. But SPAM is one of my comfort foods, and today I just didn’t
have the energy to cook anything fancier. Ah, SPAM. SPAM reminds me of
breakfast at home – fried rice,
CookOrDie: Day 7: Reheated rice, sausage slices (November 19, 2003, 0) - Leftover rice plus Hungarian sausages. Okay, but not as fun as bread
or potatoes. Tomorrow, will check out meat shop.
Yang chow rice from Red Panda reheated very nicely – still moist.
Extra rice left over from The Barn (eeew, two days!) was too dry.
Should try to reheat it in separate container with more water.
Hungarian cocktail sausage slices
Funny Lisp cooking (July 12, 2004, 0) - http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/utis/2004-07-04
(defun make-arugolo-risotto ()
"Return a pot of risotto with arugola."
(let ((onions (chop (get-onions) 'fine))
Feedburner rocks (June 30, 2005, 0) - If you haven’t signed up for the awesome RSS/Atom feed processor
called FeedBurner because you’re afraid there’s no going back, relax.
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