…besides eating and serving food. Please only try these if you are already skilled with the chopsticks, and have had a lot of practice (except the first one, you don’t need skill/practice using chopsticks for steaming, as you’re laying them down to cook on them, which may require some very basic pre-k building skills).
So…I’ve been trying to bake a cake from scratch. The first one—maybe because I left the oven on preheat and forgot to turn it over to bake—went flat. The second seemed to only want to bake on one side, so I turned it around to bake on the other. By the time it was finished, it was burnt! Continue reading
One of the hardest items I have to clean is a shower curtain, specifically a plastic shower curtain. Continue reading
This is a delicious way to eat more lettuce.
While I don’t care for sushi, I like to make rice balls out of sticky rice. Normally, I just salt them, but once I made them with dill seed, too, and another time made them sweet with peanut butter and honey. Before, when I made my own, I used sticky rice that came pre-cooked, which I found in the refrigerator section at WalMart. I also used to pack leftover sticky rice from Chinese restaurants in bento lunches when I worked at a fast food restaurant. I liked to eat them with pickled beets, other pickled vegetables, and an omelet/rolled egg back then.