“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.
The reward is the end product, but the journey is pleasant, too.
Just because it's white, doesn't mean it's done.