23 October 2006

the Blind Rice Cooker

Within a period of 24-hours brooke & i have accrued two rice cookers where previously we had (and presumeable needed) none. I've never had a lot of trouble cooking rice, so when i learned we had accrued one at a garage sale i was skeptical. But when i saw it i was impressed. our rice cooker is not this niceProduced by Sanyo (who incidentally also manufactured both of our cell phones), the rice cooker is a 50's-style retro design, though, i'm guessing it wasn't originally retro.

The other rice cooker we accrued was as a late wedding gift from my aunt & uncle. Made by Kitchen Gourmet, this rice cooker is retro more in the sat-in-my-basement for 10 years sort of way. Having decided that we definitely don't need 2 rice cookers (and likely don't need 1) the trick now is to figure out how to unload a rice cooker.

All in all i now have in my possession a lot of machines i never had before, and i think i was doing quite fine without them. I'm not sure exactly how this happened and haven't decided really how good or bad a thing it is...but it certainly is a thing.

4 comments:

jacks said...

I'm not a huge fan of kitchen appliances that are made with only one purpose in mind. They waste space and are a pain to move. Of course, I might not feel that way if I didn't move every 1-2 years... and if I actually cooked...

seeger said...

fear not, friend jackie... the rice cooker also serves as a vegetable steamer.

ta-da.

shane said...

i do believe anne is in the market for a rice cooker. she will no doubt be in omaha in a few weekends.

jacks said...

fancy. now i want one.