Friday's Top Ten

Top ten things to make with rice:

10. Chicken and Rice Soup

  9. Rice Salad

  8. Jambalaya

  7. Fried Rice

  6. Broccoli and Rice Casserole

  5. Rice Pudding

  4. Rice Krispie Treats

  3. A few grains will keep moisture out of salt shakers

  2. A Mosaic

And the #1 thing to do with rice:

  1. Remember the acroynym for immediate care for sprains:
      Rest - Ice - Compression - Elevation


Very clever. Seven of these things I'd eat in a heartbeat. The other three are useful...well...uses!

Best Wishes Galen.
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Kathy McIntosh said…
Great list. I'd add risotto, one of my favs. And don't let them fool you into thinking you have to stand and stir constantly.
Interesting, creative blog. Found you through Helen Ginger and Conda's blogs.
Elspeth Futcher said…
Hurrah for RIce Krispie treats! Always one of the biggest hits at any school bake sale.

Helen Ginger said…
Wish I'd known that Rest - Ice - Compression - Elevation thing a couple of months ago!

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Terry Odell said…
Rice is good with everything. Love it with ribs and buried in BBQ sauce.
Carol Kilgore said…
Galen - Hope the colored rice in a mosaic isn't one of the things you'd eat! I made myself hungry for jambalaya.

Kathy - Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. You're welcome here any time. I've never made risotto because of the stir thing. That's good to know. Thanks.

Elspeth - Oh yeah!

Helen - RICE always helps. Been there.

Terry - I LOVE bbq ribs - one of my faves.
Arlee Bird said…
My wife makes some great arroz con pollo, Ecuadorian style.
Anonymous said…
Uh-oh! Did you sprain something? I remember that saying from back in my massage therapy school days. Oh, those wonderful evenings filled with massage exchange...

Jumbalayah is awesome, too. :)
Carol Kilgore said…
Arlee - How could I have forgotten arroz con pollo? I love it. Also paella. Maybe I need a second rice list sometime.

Kimberly - I think I've sprained everything it's possible to sprain. I'm good to go right now - knock on wood. I could use a good massage, though :)
Mason Canyon said…
Now you've made me hungry for rice pudding.
Marisa Birns said…
Oh rice pudding! My mother used to make it for me whenever I was sick and had to stay home from school.

Now about the belief that I sometimes feigned illness...

I remember reading in a magazine about using rice bran as a facial scrub.
Carol Kilgore said…
My grandmother used to make rice pudding, and bread pudding, too. I've never heard of using rice bran as a facial scrub, but I don't know why it wouldn't work.
Anonymous said…
No sushi?

Still, a great list.
Laura Eno said…
Hmm...I think I'll go make broccoli and rice right now! Thanks for the list!
Conda Douglas said…
Great list and it's been years since I made Rice Krispie treats so easy and yummy...hmm, hungry now.
Carol Kilgore said…
Cassandra - I'm not a fan of California rolls, much less sushi. Sorry.

Laura - Hope you enjoyed your casserole.

Conda - Snap, Krackle, & Pop!