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The West Ham star said he’s never had a pint but would give it a try if the Three Lions emerge victorious at the summer tournament

Declan Rice has promised to drink his first-ever beer if England win Euro 2020.

The West Ham star admitted he wasn’t a fan of the beverage but would make an exception were the Three Lions to bring home the trophy. 

Rice, 22, is likely to play a key role in England’s Euros campaign, which kicks off on Sunday against Croatia.

What was said?

“Do you know what, until this day I have

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Instant Pot? Air fryer? Bread maker? No, no and no, thank you.

All I need is my rice cooker.

I don’t own one of the newer models either, with all the bells and whistles that will cook your rice, wash your dishes then give you a back massage. I’ve had the same Tatung since I moved into my first apartment 20-plus years ago, and it was a hand-me-down when I got it. These bad boys are indestructible — buy one and you’re set for life.

The automatic rice cooker is a workhorse in every rice-obsessed Asian household. It became a

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At Boksoondoga brewery in South Korea, makgeolli — an alcoholic fermented rice beverage that’s milky, effervescent, tangy, and sweet — is hand-brewed with a lot of tender loving care. As owner Park Bok-soon enters her brewery’s fermentation room, she greets the onggi pots with a friendly “Hey guys, how have you been?” and is answered by the slight pitter patter of bubbling, fermenting rice. This is just one example of how she treats her product with respect. “Treat even a single grain of rice as precious,” she mutters as her partner pours the grains into a bowl.

Park starts her

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“Humans are wired to touch other humans; when we can’t, deprivation results in the usual litany of bad things: stress, anxiety, depression, weakened immune systems …” Davis writes.

Cliche as it may be, the kitchen is still a safe place to wake up your senses. It’s no replacement for a hug, but cooking is a craft that is, above all, tactile. You could knead a ball of dough, crimp a pie crust, pinch together the edges of a dumpling or roll out gnocchi. Or, you could make these meatballs.

Leftover rice and ground chicken form the base of the meatballs

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For desis, eating with their hands is the coming together of some of their most acute sensory experiences of smell, taste and touch and as such it is one of the greatest joys of human beings to eat with their hands. And when it comes to rice, Indians in the states where it is a staple usually prefer to eat it with their hands. The pleasure of mixing so many flavours together and then taking to near your mouth and nose to smell and finally taste the morsels, the food feels and tastes better in itself!

But recently, a former

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From washing raw chicken to throwing out bread that’s stale, there’s a lot of terrible cooking advice out there. Spanning the downright dangerous to the simply unhelpful, these are the cooking tips you should always ignore.



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