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offensive slang A typically light and fast car or motorcycle manufactured in an East Asian country, especially Japan. Often used derogatorily, the term is typically considered racist for its use of rice as a stereotypical representative of such countries (where it is a staple food). A: "Check out the ricer with the huge spoiler." B: "A ricer? That's a bit politically incorrect, don't you think?" My old Mustang can go toe to toe with the fastest ricers out there.
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Caption: This page: Traditional ricers Charlie and Terry Fox harvesting in Rice Bay on Lac Vieux Desert in 2014.
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Diversity of ricers are still a new title on many campus rosters, and indeed, many have slightly different functions or areas of focus.
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It's a list that includes salad spinners, French fry cutters, manual ice cream makers, ricers, food mills, mandolines, graters, cherry pitters, choppers and goes on and on, offering what Harding calls "solutions" to home cooks.
MARK, NOTTING HILL, LONDON DEAR MARK I find the best thing ever for getting smooth mash is to use a ricer rather than a masher to mash up your spuds.