Rice, Rice, Baby

When you cook big pots of rice, there’s bound to be some leftovers. Here’s a hardened shell of overcooked remains that came out pretty intact.


It is possible to have a meal without rice in Cambodia, but the staple is a consistent, inescapable part of the overall culinary environment.

Usually the bottom crust of a rice pot is dried in the sun, which can be seen on just about any residential street…


Then sold or reused for another recipe.

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One Response to “Rice, Rice, Baby”

  1. [...] bloggers in Cambodia have continued their discussions on rice in some nice ways. Jinja has a great picture of an almost intact ‘rice bowl’ which should be seen, and Anne [...]

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