from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A kitchen utensil used for ricing soft foods by extrusion through small holes.
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- n. A utensil used to extrude soft foods into the consistency of rice.
- n. A person who modifies a low-powered and/or cheap car using after-market parts to make it look more powerful or sporty than it actually is.
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- n. a kitchen utensil used for ricing soft foods by extruding them through small holes
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Most recipes call for putting hot potatoes through a ricer, which is a technique for making
Most recipes call for putting hot potatoes through a ricer, which is a technique for making For the last year and a half, Joshua Korman's steady girlfriend has been dropping hints-subtle and not-that cooking her dinner would earn him serious boyfriend points.
If you 'trick out' a cobalt, you'll have a 'ricer' that's not even from Japan.
While Lin has rightfully introduced Asian / Asian American characters to a franchise about cars and racing (and further cemented the "ricer" stereotype to street-racing fans), these movies still fail to focus the camera squrely on Asian Americans.
After using Gentoo I discovered that they're not that "ricer" community everyone claims they are.
Most recipes call for putting hot potatoes through a ricer, which is a technique for making Don't you even dare go missing on reunion day! "
Lots of people have been talking sh** about this mod and how its unsafe and makes it a "ricer" and blah blah blah
b. "ricer" isn't synonymous with all imports. "ricer" means import cars who look the part but don't perform.
It reminds me of those "ricer" Civics that you'll see where a huge be-winged body kit has been added, but the wheels were left as bone stock 15 "ers and become lost in the crowd of plastic.
Looks good, you should definately try it with a potato ricer.
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