The perfect appliance for people who eat alone.
Trivial and time consuming, but it also improved my relationship with food.
“Indian people good at rice also...maybe except you,” comedian Uncle Roger teases BBC host Hersha Patel, who is out to redeem herself after going viral for a fried rice recipe.
“I'm so livid after seeing this horribly wrong way to cook rice on BBC and now I want to cook rice out of spite," one tweet says.
The foul-mouthed cook on unexpected fame, the joys of being a dickhead, and his distaste for prescribed social norms.
It’s a deconstructed sushi roll baked like a casserole.
More importantly, how do you make it?
You don't need a stinkin' sourdough starter. You just need some old bananas and a bunch of stuff you probably already have in your pantry.
She also made a version of the french dessert topped with toilet paper-shaped fondant.
She even made one inspired by a famous meme.