Tuesday, July 08, 2008

fuzzy logic

One of the things on our wedding registry 2.5 years ago was a fuzzy logic rice cooker. A fuzzy logic rice cooker is a high tech device with numerous settings for different kinds of rice from sushi, to regular, to porridge or just steaming or reheating.

The rice cooker basically stayed boxed at my mother's house in their garage. But as we are making way to make space for various cooking items and the fact that my cousin's roommate is taking off with their household rice cooker, we decided to pull out and finally use our wedding gift and hand off our old rice cooker.

I think we waited this long partially because we were scared of the thing. What do you mean you don't just push the button?

The rice cooker came with a rice recipe book with all sorts of stuff to make with the cooker. I haven't really been into the cooking mode lately, but the new cooker and recipe book have got me excited to try some new recipes.

For now, we are cooking an inaugural 2 cups of basmati rice and we'll see where it goes from here.

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