No … it was a frantic attempt to figure out where all the time was going. I looked up keema and went down a Google rabbit hole considering alternatives to see if there was some variation that was particularly time consuming. A long-term, low-temperature bake in a tandoor was the only thing I came across that would be time consuming.
What am I missing? What possible reference could be of offense? I’m not defensive at all here - if I missed something please tell me so I don’t do it again.
That looks lovely. I’d certainly eat it. No matter what you call it, I like rice bowls.
…and to my way of thinking that’s a good thing. My wife and I enjoy cooking together, and she enjoys the part where I do all the clean up. grin In fairness, more often than not she unloads the dishwasher and puts things away in the morning.
To be clear, in addition to a desire to help that can be perceived as intrusive sigh, I’m easily trapped into science projects and “where did all that extra time go” for you has become a science project. I’m also going to start taking better notes about actual times, purely out of interest, to see how they come out. There is something to be said for “work expands to consume the time available.” Dinner for us tonight is a minor variation on chicken cordon bleu. I’m thinking :17 to ready to go on the grill. We’ll see how I do. Warning - I have deli sliced ham and deli sliced cheese, so I’m not starting with chickens, pigs, and milk. grin
Socially distant Internet hugs (–o--) for taking my interest in the spirit intended.