NYTimes Rice cooker article

From NYTimes.com: The Steamy Way to Dinner

A story about the versatility of the rice cooker.

Word of the day- Okoge

“People love that toasted-rice taste,” he said. “It’s even a flavor of ice cream in Seoul.” (Japanese cooks, however, consider toasted rice overcooked and highly undesirable. The unwanted crust left stuck to the bottom of the rice cooker is called okoge — the same word used as slang for a single woman who spends a lot of time with gay men.)

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