being of asian heritage, we were gifted a pressure rice cooker. With the manual being in a language I don't particularly read well, would you know if I can use the pressure rice cooker to pressure cook other things?
you need to change the line in step 4 from
" (you may not need all of the beer)"
"(step 4a: you should drink any remaining beer)"
how about that?!?
do people who work in regular offices (not food blog offices) really bring kimchi into the office - especially really fermented ones? I never really had enough courage to do that, for fear of making everyone around me (and my breath for the afternoon) stink...
sausage and peppers.
yeungling. in a bottle.
momma celeste and their microwave tray or ellios to remind me of school pizza.
the wife likes it a little more well done than I do... would start in cast and finish in the oven. med-med/well. Though, I may "break the heart in two" and not finish mine in the oven.
my wife introduced me to the roll. somewhat of a variation to the guy's pull off the crust and run it down the middle.
Just roll the pizza starting from the crust towards the middle, and eat it across like a roll. usually only works with thinner pizzas. but now you have a piece of the crust in every bite.
so, with the noodles, no home-made variety? get a package of shinramen, use the noodles, but replace the packets with your recipe?
do they even have highchairs?
Cheese and a bit of basil.
coffee or milk, depending on my mood.
rib roast. just in time for christmas
Sausage and hot peppers together. just not that great if it's one or the other.
otherwise, I'll just stick with the traditional margherita
home made crabcakes, when family comes to visit me in maryland.
A rib roast. definitely a rib roast.
Depending on my mood, a medium-rare Ribeye on the grill, or a Filet pan seared with only salt and pepper accompanied by a nice glass of cab.