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Alternative clues for the word rice

Source of sake

"We, the People" playwright

Uncle Ben's dish

"Lasher" writer

Minute _____

"Interview With the Vampire" author

Sushi go-with

Houston school

Wedding shower?

Food found in a bed

Minute ___

It may be polished

Houston university

Jambalaya need

"Interview With the Vampire" author Anne

Bridal shower?

Almost purГ©e

Serving with sushi

The Owls of the Western Athletic Conference

Western Athletic conference team

Red beans go-with

Pilaf staple

Uncle Ben's specialty

A bed in the kitchen?

Paddy crop

Kind of paper

Wild ___

It may be served in a bed

"Dirty" dish

"Dirty" Cajun dish

Wedding fling?

Serving with chop suey

Kind of pudding

Paella base

It may rain after a wedding

Hopping John ingredient

Sukiyaki side dish

See 34-Across

Spanish ___

Force through a sieve

The Owls of the N.C.A.A.

Bowlful accompanying teriyaki

Paella need

Something needed for your sake?

Wedding staple

Bush cabinet member

Major Thai export

Ladder, part 7

It might be wild or dirty

Dish that may be "sticky"

See 44-Down

Sake source

Bed of ___

Source of about 20% of the calories consumed by humanity

Food grown in a paddy

United States playwright (1892-1967)

Grains used as food either unpolished or more often polished

Annual or perennial rhizomatous marsh grasses

Seed used for food

Straw used for paper

Almost pur

Eleven from Houston

Pilaf base

Shipment from Galveston

Grantland of sports fame

Wedding pellets

Boston's Jim

Playwright Elmer

University or playwright

Jambalaya base

"Street Scene" playwright

Paddy product

Paddy grain

Famed N.F.L. pass catcher

Tex. university

Thai export

Staple of Asia

Risotto ingredient

Aquatic cereal grass

Paella ingredient

Oriental staple

Elmer or Grantland

Grantland of sportswriting fame

Paddy growth

"Minute" dish

Houston campus

It's tossed after weddings

Pilaf ingredient

Wedding missiles

Staple in China

What arroz is

Wedding ammo

___ pudding

Translation for 12 Down

Prepare potatoes

Fenway Park slugger

Sportswriter Grantland

Jambalaya ingredient

Far East staple

A top crop in Ark.

Shanghai staple

Red Sox slugger

Asian staple

Pudding base

Indonesian staple

"Bitter ___" (Italian film)

Edgar ___ Burroughs

Texas college

Staple in the Far East

Oriental food

Pilaf grains

"Missiles" at a wedding

Staple food

Paper or pudding

Wedding missile

Eastern staple

"Ammo" at weddings

University at Houston

Kind of grass or flower

Chinese staple

He wrote "The Left Bank"

Word definitions for rice in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a corn/wheat/rice etc field ▪ In summer the rice fields were lush and green. a field of corn/wheat/rice etc ▪ The road was surrounded by fields of corn. brown rice cook rice/pasta/sausages etc ▪ Cook the pasta for about...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Rice \Rice\, n. [F. riz (cf. Pr. ris, It. riso), L. oryza, Gr. ???, ???, probably from the Persian; cf. OPers. br[=i]zi, akin to Skr. vr[=i]hi; or perh. akin to E. rye. Cf. Rye .] (Bot.) A well-known cereal grass ( Oryza sativa ) and its seed. This plant...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 (context uncountable English) cereal plants, ''Oryza sativa'' of the grass family whose seeds are used as food. 2 A specific variety of this plant. 3 (context uncountable English) The seeds of this plant used as food. vb. 1 To squeeze through a ricer;...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
mid-13c., from Old French ris , from Italian riso , from Latin oriza , from Greek oryza "rice," via an Indo-Iranian language (compare Pashto vriže , Old Persian brizi ), ultimately from Sanskrit vrihi-s "rice." The Greek word is the ultimate source of all...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. grains used as food either unpolished or more often polished annual or perennial rhizomatous marsh grasses; seed used for food; straw used for paper English lyricist who frequently worked with Andrew Lloyd Webber (born in 1944) [syn: Sir Tim Rice , Timothy...

Gazetteer Word definitions in Gazetteer
Population (2000): 798 Housing Units (2000): 371 Land area (2000): 2.705666 sq. miles (7.007642 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.091787 sq. miles (0.237728 sq. km) Total area (2000): 2.797453 sq. miles (7.245370 sq. km) FIPS code: 61736 Located within: Texas...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Rice is the seed of the grass species Oryza sativa (Asian rice) or Oryza glaberrima (African rice). As a cereal grain , it is the most widely consumed staple food for a large part of the world's human population, especially in Asia. It is the agricultural...

Usage examples of rice.

Rice and wheat were feeble and undependable crops here, but the amaranth is so hardy that we have to use herbicides around the fields to keep it from spreading.

She took a sip of her wine, then smiled brilliantly at Captain Argosy, Sergeant Rice, and Sergeant Culpeper.

You told me that Captain Argosy and Rice and Culpeper went back to the ship.

The bhinjanies all sold chickens, rice, flour, beans and, best of all, the throat-burning skins of arrack which could make a man drunk even faster than rum.

The supper was a stew of beans, rice and salt beef, and it was at the end of the small meal, when they were sharing a canteen of arrack, that Sergeant Hakeswill appeared.

Once I was settled in front of her with a plate of curried chicken stew with mango in it, plain rice and a couple of pop-padoms, she looked to left and right as if checking for eavesdroppers and leant forward over her nearly empty plate.

The Karens built small, closely guarded fires, and Batman gratefully accepted a bowl of hot rice mixed with chunks of some unidentifiable meat, the origins of which he refused to question.

Cold Rice had already put it between himself and the inevitable beheading of his reckless partner by a ghost.

McCollum could show, on the other hand, that whatever it was in rice hulls that prevented beriberi could be extracted with water and was therefore water-soluble.

Rice, Currants, Sugar, Prunes, Cynamon, Ginger, Pepper, Cloves, Green Ginger, Oil, Butter, Holland cheese or old Cheese, Wine-Vinegar, Canarie-Sack, Aqua-vitae, the best Wines, the best Waters, the juyce of Limons for the scurvy, white Bisket, Oatmeal, Gammons of Bacons, dried Neats tongues, Beef packed up in Vineger, Legs of Mutton minced and stewed, and close packed up, with tried Sewet or Butter in earthen Pots.

I wanted to drive deep into the Atchafalaya Swamp, past the confines of reason, into the past, into a world of lost dialects, gator hunters, busthead whiskey, moss harvesters, Jax beer, trotline runners, moonshiners, muskrat trappers, cockfights, bloodred boudin, a jigger of Jim Beam lowered into a frosted schooner of draft, outlaw shrimpers, dirty rice black from the pot, hogmeat cooked in rum, Pearl and Regal and Grand Prize and Lone Star iced down in washtubs, crawfish boiled with cob corn and artichokes, all of it on the tree-flooded, alluvial rim of the world, where the tides and the course of the sun were the only measures of time.

I buy Nutribiotic brand, which has 1 gram of carbohydrates per tablespoon, but any unflavored rice protein powder with a similar carb count should work fine.

As with the vatapa recipe that follows, it need only be accompanied by rice and a simple vegetable or salad, and is more flavorful if the nut butter, either peanut or cashew, is blended rather than bought.

I added rice, and opened plastic tubs of sun-dried tomatoes, green olives, olive oil, and cashew nuts.

In her time as a scholar, which was as long as the codices had been kept on the Isle of Senana, she had come across a variety of materials, from triangular oak rods to the most delicate rice parchment.