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May 1999 Issue
Rice is Nice
by Ronda L. Halpin
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Rice is considered a pantry staple in my household and millions of others throughout the world. With such a wide variety of offerings on your grocer's shelves, it's a wonder that we can ever make a final decision about what to buy! However, if you're like most of us, among all those boxes and bags in your pantry is good old fashioned white rice.

White rice acts as an accompaniment to many meals and as a base for many more. But, if you're like me, you often make just a bit too much for just one meal. Well, with this month's set of recipes, you just might start making extra just to fit them into your weekly routine!

The recipes offered in this month's column include a wide variety of ingredients and can act as everything from appetizers to first courses to side dishes to a meal on the run to dessert! It's all covered. Because they vary so much, it is easy to serve rice more than once or twice a week without causing monotony.

And now, the part you've been waiting for -- the recipes:

So the next time you enjoy a great dinner and notice extra rice in the bowl, remember -- rice is nice!
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