Uncle Roger, the fried rice connoisseur/critic created by U.K.-based Malaysian comedian Nigel Ng, recently recorded a reaction to a video he described as “the worst fried rice video.”
Uncle Roger, a character created by U.K.-based Malaysian comedian Nigel Ng, approves of famed British chef Gordon Ramsay’s way of cooking egg fried rice.
Surprising approval: Ramsay received quite the approval from Uncle Roger in his latest egg fried rice review video, which was posted over the weekend.
BBC Food chef Hersha Patel is back on the egg fried rice spotlight once again, but this time she is the one reacting behind the monitor.
The video, posted on September 6, shows Patel reacting to Uncle Roger, a character created by Malaysian comedian Nigel Ng, who also reacted to British chef Jamie Oliver’s version of egg fried rice.
After enduring ridicule and toxic vitriol for a cooking video she did for BBC over a year ago, TV presenter Hersha Patel is now set on turning the hatred into positivity.
Hersha revealed in an interview with NextShark how she is able to take the online criticisms in stride by using optimism and a lot of humor.
Uncle Roger — a character created by Malaysian comedian Nigel Ng — has joined forces with Hersha Patel, also known online as the “egg fried rice lady,” in a YouTube collaboration.
What is the video about: The video, which premiered on the 29-year-old comedian’s channel on August 9, shows Uncle Roger giving Patel another chance to properly cook rice and egg fried rice, Huffington Post reported.
Fried rice is pretty straightforward: stir-fry cooked rice, mix in some meat and veggies and you’re good to go.
The dish is so versatile that one can do almost an infinite number of combinations and you would still recognize it for what it is.
The Internet has given birth to yet another meme trend: this time it involves a viral “rice wave” that’s been circulating on platforms including Twitter and Facebook.