RICE IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE FOODS. White rice, jasmine rice, yellow rice, Rice A Roni. “Rice is great,” said Mitch Hedberg, “if you’re hungry and want 2,000 of something.” Then there’s Spanish rice, fried rice, herbed rice, Indian rice. The only rice I don’t like is brown rice which, as it turns out, is whole grain and more nutritious than white rice, but that’s the way it goes. Rice, of course, is a staple on Asian tables. The closest I’ve gotten to Asia is the Chinese restaurant nearby and the sushi display in the supermarket. I find it amusing that Americans try to eat Chinese food with chopsticks instead of a fork. Does it make it taste better? Is it a more authentic experience? The best part is attempting to eat rice with chopsticks. You might as well use a fork on egg drop soup. Rice is good with chicken, of course, and with fish. When it comes to beef, however, I prefer potatoes. But rice has uses beyond being just food. I’ve seen it employed by artists and craftsmen in various ways. Do they still throw rice at weddings? As Henny Youngman cracked: “She’s been married so many times she has rice marks on her face.”
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