Roger Ebert has penned a cookbook even though he can no longer eat after losing his lower jaw to cancer 4 years ago.
Roger says of his new book, The Pot and How to Use It: The Mystery and Romance of the Rice Cooker:
"It's all experience, my visuals and friendly tasters. I've used The Pot so very many times I know what everything I make in it MUST taste like. I am a quick, direct, practical and simple cook, which is why the rice cooker had such an appeal to me…
"Food for me is in the present tense. Eating for me is now only in the past tense. I can remember the taste and smell of everything, even though I can no longer taste or smell."
We love his positive attitude and outlook on life!
Will U be picking up Roger's book?
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