Cooking with the Glove

September 28, 2005 at 4:54 am (food)

Two words: cous cous. Use it to replace that starchy rice or pasta your recipe calls for. It’s a good source of protein, fast and easy. If you can boil water you can make it, and it’s harder to ruin than cereal. Even jones could make it.



  1. corthar said, figured that would make you happy.

  2. rock creek rambler said,

    Cooking with a glove? Why?

  3. JB said,

    no no no…THE glove. That appears to be my new nickname.

  4. rock creek rambler said,

    Are you wearing your white sequined Michael Jackson glove again?

  5. jones said,

    cous cous sucks. little pebbles of pasta. glove rules. wasn’t boo complaining about overuse of apostrophes a while ago? i’d add commas (the most misused punctuation) and hyphens to that complaint – really, i would.i once microwaved grape nuts with milk. even cereal can be ruined.

  6. JB said,

    One time when I’s about 12 I was making a bowl of spaghetti-o’s, but, somehow, I forgot and thought I was making a bowl of cereal. I didn’t notice the mistake until I had poured milk onto a steaming bowl of pasta and tomato sauce. Needless to say, it wasn’t very good.

  7. booyah said,

    You really can’t front on cous cous. So don’t even try. When I’m poor and lazy (read: usually), I’ll just microwave frozen veggies and cram them on top of cous cous. Add some chicken broth and voila! Dinner.

  8. JB said,

    Damn dude I can’t wait for Thanksgiving.

  9. booyah said,

    First annual Stuffing Off in Flagstaff, AZ!!! Thanksgiving, 2005. Confirmed Contestants:Yours TrulyMike EvansScotty TurcoTwo of Mike’s Friends from TucsonBring it on….

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