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October 31, 2010

Black Rice

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From yesterday's Wall Street Journal story by Lauren Shockey: "Chinese black rice — called Forbidden because once upon a time, it was considered exclusively for consumption by the Emperor — is as versatile as white or brown, but prettier and richer in antioxidants. Try it as a dramatic side for wild salmon, or sweet, in a rice pudding made with coconut milk."

15 oz.: $4.49.

It only occurred to me last night after Paul Biba's comment that he was kind of hoping the music videos would go away that it didn't have to be Black Sabbath or their ilk all the time.

How's this,

Paul?

October 31, 2010 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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