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21 Surprising Things You Can Make In A Rice Cooker

by Jeffry
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You have been lied to your entire life. View this image › ic4uae.com A rice cooker can cook more than rice. Yes, a standard electric rice cooker is designed to bring rice to a boil, sense when it needs to reduce to a simmer, then lower the heat again to keep rice at serving temperature without overcooking it. That may sound like a very smart little machine, but YOU ARE SMARTER. You can trick the thermostat (just press “Cook” again) and manipulate that nonstick cooking surface to do whatever you want! In her excellent New York Times piece on the […]

12 Dishes You Should Beg Your Local Chinese Restaurant To Serve

by AhmedTharp
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View this image › Via blog.yam.com 1. Beef Noodle Soup Fresh knife-peeled or hand-pulled noodles swim in a rich beef broth in this Chinese-muslim comfort food staple. In Taiwan, entire cults of fussiness have sprung up around scouting the ideal bowl. Many restaurants do serve this, but not as the main event as it deserves to be. No, dude, you can’t just use lo mein. View this image › Via mypaper.pchome.com.tw 2. Smoked Shanghainese Yellowfish A simple Shanghainese dish that tastes much better than it looks. Freshwater yellowfish is first steamed in lotus leaf, then rubbed in oil and smoked […]

37 Delicious Vegetarian Recipes For Thanksgiving

by CarrollDiet
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View this image › View this image › 1. Sweet Potato Carrot Latkes View this image › sweetpotatochronicles.com Whether you’re celebrating Thanksgivukkah or not, these crispy sweet potato cakes are the perfect appetizer. Recipe here. 2. Truffled Mushroom Deviled Eggs View this image › theowlwiththegoblet.blogspot.com Recipe here. 3. Pear, Shallot, and Delicata Squash Soup View this image › saveur.com Recipe here. 4. Mashed Potato Fritters View this image › spicytreats.net Anyone who thought mashed potatoes couldn’t get any better was just proved wrong. Recipe here. 5. Caramelized Onion, Mushroom, and Gruyere Tartlets View this image › browneyedbaker.com To really start […]

How To Make A Healthy, Delicious White Bean And Kale Stew

by FeliciaM
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View this image › When most people think “stew,” they think “meat.” And they’re not wrong: The broken-down collagen in bones and connective tissue is what thickens a thin soup into a hearty stew. But as your Winter Stew Correspondent, it is my duty to advise you that even in the frozen armpit of winter (aka late February), there are occasions best served by lighter fare. View this image › Stew Correspondence For those times when coziness is the goal, but food-coma lethargy is not (or, of course, for those times when you’re a vegetarian), we call on our friend […]

Top 10 National Dishes You Should Try

by Genaro
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Most regular readers of Listverse will know that I am a food fanatic. It started as a child watching my family members baking on the weekends, and ultimately led me to try to teach myself French cuisine. Recently, I have been on a Korean food kick, and I can’t get enough of it. Because so many people on my Facebook profile have been seeing photos of my food exploits some suggested another food list. So this is the result. Here, I have tried to select a dish that is truly the main signature food of each country – in some […]