It Cooks Rice

I love my new rice cooker. Is that weird?

Today, as I was starting to think about what to make for Sean for lunch, I realized I didn’t have any veg for him to eat (not that he’s usually all that willing to to eat it—the veg—when I do have some).

But we just bought a new Aroma rice cooker, and I remembered that it has a steamer basket and that we have some yummy carrots in the fridge (of course; everybody has carrots in their refrigerator, even if they’re weeks old). Glancing in the manual, I saw that it should only take about 15 minutes to steam the carrots. Score!

And he ate them! And he ate the rice and chicken-and-apple sausages!

I am way too excited about this!

3 Replies to “It Cooks Rice”

  1. I have the following comments. I’ll leave it to you to figure out what part I’m commenting on.

    1. He’ll get over that when he’s older.
    2. Everybody? Not even most people. I haven’t seen one in years.
    3. If it needs a manual, its too complicated for making rice.

  2. In no particular order:

    It does have four buttons instead of just one big one.

    Everybody but you.

    But you agree with me that I’m way too excited, right?

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