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the wonders of office cooking

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the wonders of office cooking

drdawn | May 11, 2005 08:35 AM

I'm interested to hear what lengths you go to to cook in the office(not sure if this is home cooking or general topics by the way).

What wonderful things have you done with a microwave and a kettle? Do you keep a mini office pantry? Have an office stash of kitchen gadgets?

I've recently taken to keeping a tub of grits in my drawer--precious commodities that they are here in the middle of nowhere Britain--and microwaving them with some s&p. Rice noodles only require boiled water, so sometimes I bring these along with some fixin's. I find that I let rice balls sit so long that they lose their stickiness (or perhaps I'm a bad rice ball maker??) , but a splash of water and a 30 second nuke solves that problem. And I have an entire drawer devoted to teas of various kinds, mostly from Whittard's. I am going to brew myself some right now, too.

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