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use sushi rice for rice pudding.
mine is more like a rice porridge, really.

1) boil 1 cup of sushi rice in 1 cup of water for 3 minutes. Then turn the heat way down. stir often to ensure that nothing burns in the bottom of the pot

2) Add 1 cup of cold milk to the mix, and let it warm to boiling point over the low heat. This should take 10 mins or so. keep stirring often.

4) repeat step two another 3-4 times. You want a consistency of oat porridge.

5) Add salt to taste before serving.

6) serve in a deep bowl with a nub of butter and a healthy sprinkling of sugar and cinnamon powder.

I'm salivating just writing this down.

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Yeah, it's good, especially the butter + cinnamonsugar. I use porridge rice(?) though. It needs a lot of stirring. Mayhaps I shall look into this sushi rice phenomenon.

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use arborio rice. it's my secret weapon for making the best goddamn rice pudding in the South. ...


Heh, since it's the best in the South, that means it's the best in the world.

Amen.

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quote:
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use arborio rice. it's my secret weapon for making the best goddamn rice pudding in the South.

I make tons of variants on rice pudding, too - maple pecan, gingerbread, coconut, classic w/ raisins, rum raisin, fig & walnut, cherry brandy, apple cinnamon, pumpkin pecan, pear ginger, and more.

Very easy to adjust. Just have to be creative and vary your mix-ins/extracts accordingly.

edit to add: I've also found that leaving it int he fridge for at least 24 hours allows the ingredients to meld better. The flavour is much better after a day or so. It's good fresh and warm, but I prefer it cold.


this is a good basic recipe to use. the rest is all creative mixing:
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/...cipe/index.html

thanks. i;ll give it a try over the holidays. the recipe i tried involved most everything in your recipe plus 2 eggs and a little lemon juice. it was set in a 325 degree oven. but i used a local rice, a creole variety.

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A bagel with cream cheese and lox.

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Lightly salted almonds.

Amen.

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Multigrain toast with peanut butter.

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A strawberry muffin with coffee.

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Fried taters. Brown beans. Cornbread. Chopped onions. I'm in heaven.

Amen.

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Slow roasted pork loin garnished with garlic and jonathon apple, with broccoli in cheese sauce, and iced tea.

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i've gotten better at this whole food thing since my stay in Jersey, A O, A O, it's just some fuckin salad: you got your cold corn, your garden lettuce and your jalapenos right here, it's just some simple dressing, just pressed garlic, red chili, canola and fuckin apple cider vinegar. just a dressing. not a big deal, boss WHOA: salt that lightly, for Christ's sake, you'll want to trust me there, Big Chief Saltalot.

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of course we can have some fuckin carrots this is the US of A

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of course we can have some fuckin carrots this is the US of A



Amen.

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started dinner with a small bowl of turtle soup, nicely spiced with generous sherry.


shared with others a got a bite of shrimp remoulade in return.


main course was pompano en croute, the pastry perfectly puffed encasing baby pompano fillets with scallop mousse and accented with a green peppercorn cream sauce.


the table shared an order of souffle potatoes, which are fried puffs of potato and bearnaise sauce to dip them in.

finished off with cafe brulot...mmmm

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Home made beef stew, with iced tea.

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Com nachos de carne y frijol tostado con queso blanco, cubierto de cebollas en rodajas a la parrilla y los jalapeos frescos. Tambin tuve un plato de guacamole. Beb el t con hielo..

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i made a huge pot of spaghetti sauce, what people here call "red gravy". tupperwared 6 nights' worth of dinner for us. also made a huge pot of enchilada/taco filling, 5 dinners' worth, and a night of chicken teriyaki. i have two week nights aweek of dinner till february. yay!

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Black-eyed peas, seasoned with bacon. Yellow cornbread. Fried taters. Iced Tea. Mmmmm. Prosperity.

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Two eggs, scrambled with shredded cheddar, 1/2 cup of hash browns, one medium tomato (sliced), two small sausage patties, and two pieces multi-grain toast. Coffee with milk.

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BLT on wheat.

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Heh, I had some bacon sandwiches a few nights ago. I don't, however, put lettuce on 'em. Instead, I carmalized some onions in the bacon grease. I toasted some multi-grain bread. Sliced some Roma tomatoes.

You then spread some Lite Miracle Whip on the toast, pile on the bacon, sliced 'maters, carmalized onions, and VOILA! That's some good eatin'!

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Spicy sausage patties and swiss cheese on multi-grain toast with ranch dressing and a sprinkle of Louisiana hot sauce. Coffee with milk.

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German chocolate cake. Oh shit, it's rich.

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^^ so jealous.. I wanna hate you, but can't.

cauliflower/steamed/slightly fried...

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Heh, the perfect german chocolate cake has a little bit o' cake with a lot of icing.

Oh, that was a 3-layer masterpiece. An embarrassment of german chocolate icing, if you will.

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