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Old 01-20-2011, 12:58 PM  
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Betcha' never tried "chocolate rice" for breakfast!

Make yourself a large batch of "rice"........serve it hot, with a large "dab" of butter and pour on the "Hershey's" (sweeten to taste)........you can't get too much...I have eaten it, along the way, all of my life......:
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Old 01-20-2011, 01:05 PM  
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Not chocolate, but I eat it like a hot cereal. Milk sugar and butter.

Looks good though.
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Interesting. I'm addicted to sweet rice milk they serve at the Mexican food place next door.
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Old 01-21-2011, 09:02 AM  
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Interesting. I'm addicted to sweet rice milk they serve at the Mexican food place next door.
Horchata,

Horchata - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Old 01-22-2011, 06:04 AM  
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Horchata (English pronunciation: /ɔrˈtʃɑːtə/; Spanish: [orˈtʃata]) or orxata (Valencian: [oɾˈtʃata])
is the name of several kinds of traditional beverage, made of ground almonds, sesame seeds, rice,
barley, or tigernuts (chufas).

Two large jars of agua fresca in a Mexican restaurant in Seattle, Washington, USA.
On the left is a jar of jamaica and on the right is a jar of horchata.
Restaurant employees serve the drinks by ladling them from the jars into glasses

A glass of horchata, Spain.
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Old 01-24-2011, 11:23 AM  
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Horchata (English pronunciation: /ɔrˈtʃɑːtə/; Spanish: [orˈtʃata]) or orxata (Valencian: [oɾˈtʃata])
is the name of several kinds of traditional beverage, made of ground almonds, sesame seeds, rice,
barley, or tigernuts (chufas).

Two large jars of agua fresca in a Mexican restaurant in Seattle, Washington, USA.
On the left is a jar of jamaica and on the right is a jar of horchata.
Restaurant employees serve the drinks by ladling them from the jars into glasses

A glass of horchata, Spain.
Ever had it? It's pretty awesome. Like Melted Ice cream.
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Not chocolate, but I eat it like a hot cereal. Milk sugar and butter.

Looks good though.
I varied between the chocolate and white.....but, not milk, just a large "dab" of butter and sweeten to taste......
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