THAI FRIED RICE
It is impossible to describe what it means for me to have a new stove. All of you must think I have the latest and the greatest of all appliances in my home. Truth is, I have the oldest, the worst, the last legs-until-there’s-nothing -left appliances. All these boys of mine: their education, athletics, medical etc etc has taken precedence over everything. But I have been patient and I have not despaired. Night after night of delicious meals AND four cookbooks have come out of my tired little kitchen. Finally I relented (had to)–my fridge lost light and had 2 broken shelves and the stovetop had no power, no heat, no nothing. I purchased all new appliances from GE–every one run-of-the-mill except my stove which is the crown jewel. I love it. Its amazing and you’ll hear more from me to come on this one.
Here is the beginning of Thai Fired Rice, starting with chicken (cause thats what I had in the fridge). It built from there ith scallion, garlic, ginger (minced)–cabbage, rice, fish sauce, yum yum. Finish with Lime, cilanto and cucumber.
Your new stove is lovely and well-deserved! Hope you enjoy (I am pretty sure I would enjoy your thai fried rice).I love the Mad Hungry Cookbook, btw. What an inspiration it has given me to prepare delicious and wholesome meals for my family!
T: I am thrilled you are usung the cookbook. Tune in September 13 on the Hallmark channel for Mad Hungry TV and lots more ideas.Best, LSQ
What a tease. What kind of stove is it? I am looking to remodel and like the looks of it. What kind is it????
Lucinda: I love you program, I wish it were still on for one hour. Is there any hope that this will be again?
I watch you everyday, and love your recipes. I have
your Mad Hungry Cookbook. I am here today just to tell you just how much of an inspiration you are.