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    Rainbow - Chef 536866
    Tue Oct 12, 2010 9:58 am
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    haha RAG, I believe you!

    Great stories!! Thank you for sharing them! I love the one about the breast pad! I'd put that rolling laugh smiley up, but I don't know which one it is. The fallen pumpkin pie - I believe you only took the top layer of the plop under 5 seconds and killed all potential bugs in the baking. About the boiling,, haha, I know what he means, cuz I felt the same way about boiled kielbasa and sauerkraut and New England boiled dinners when I left home,, but he knew you were doing it out of love. awwww We call that kind of guy a toasted marshmallow,, crusty on the outside and soft in the middle... yeah, you too, RAG
    Red Apple Guy
    Tue Oct 12, 2010 1:40 pm
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    Secret Agent
    Mon Jan 03, 2011 7:38 am
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    So I love stuffing and cranberry sauce and consider the turkey a necessity so people don't think I'm nutz because I make them without turkey. My first turkey when I was a teen (home alone) I invited a schoolmate over for a turkey dinner. Made two tons of dressing and stuffed it into a 12 pound bird. And I mean I STUFFED it in all it's cavities and pressed it in extra tight, tied the turkey up and put it into the oven. After an hour or so we heard a poufy noise and I went to check the bird - icon_eek.gif - it had exploded inside the oven. What a mess. I just left it in the oven until my parents came home and my mother explained that I had made a steam bomb out of a turkey and gave me a brillo pad and a pail of hot water. Scrub, she said. And scrub I did. No picture, it was when dinosaurs roamed the earth.

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    Red Apple Guy
    Mon Jan 03, 2011 8:32 am
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    Debbwl
    Mon Jan 03, 2011 8:42 pm
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    Secret Agent that is just too funny rotfl.gif rotfl.gif
    Leggy Peggy
    Tue Jan 04, 2011 1:10 am
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    Secret Agent -- thanks for sharing such a classic. rotfl.gif rotfl.gif rotfl.gif
    Secret Agent
    Thu Jan 06, 2011 5:49 pm
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    Here's one by a non-cooking friend.... she was trying to impress a certain man who LOVED brownies so I gave her a recipe. She baked them, they were horrible, he wouldn't eat them. Then she figured out that a teaspoon of vanilla does not mean half of the bottle and that not all small brown bottles are vanilla extract. She used Kitchen Bouquet. She didn't snag the man.

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    Debbwl
    Thu Jan 06, 2011 8:19 pm
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    Secret Agent wrote:
    Here's one by a non-cooking friend.... she was trying to impress a certain man who LOVED brownies so I gave her a recipe. She baked them, they were horrible, he wouldn't eat them. Then she figured out that a teaspoon of vanilla does not mean half of the bottle and that not all small brown bottles are vanilla extract. She used Kitchen Bouquet. She didn't snag the man.

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    Now that one has me LMBO rotfl.gif rotfl.gif
    Secret Agent
    Thu Jan 06, 2011 9:11 pm
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    I only wish that I could laugh my b off.........
    bigbadbrenda
    Sat Jan 08, 2011 4:20 pm
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    I am sitting here crying from laughing so much. I can relate to alot of these disasters.
    A non cooking one , we were having a Christening and I asked my son to fill up the sugar bowl and the do the salt shakers. You guessed it he didnt know the difference he was 5 at the time. lol The look on the guests face was priceless, my husband was not forgiving at all and put me down if front of everyone. Everyone started to tell their disaster stories to lighten the air and I divorced the jerk.
    Secret Agent
    Sat Jan 08, 2011 6:14 pm
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    OK another teenager one.... Mom and I were helping out with a neighbors open house and Neighbor brought her 6 mo old son into the kitchen and put him on the table to change his diaper. My mother was grossed out until the kid peed straight up in the air and into the punchbowl. Neighbor just stirred it up and said it was Angel Water. Mom went to Dad and said, "don't eat or drink anything and get the kids - we are going home...."

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    bigbadbrenda
    Sat Jan 08, 2011 7:21 pm
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    LOL
    duonyte
    Sun Jan 09, 2011 3:48 pm
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    Oh gosh I just snorted my drink through my nose, these are so funny!
    Secret Agent
    Sun Jan 09, 2011 4:19 pm
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    hahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! rotfl.gif
    Secret Agent
    Sun Jan 09, 2011 9:10 pm
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    Rainbow - Chef 536866 wrote:
    One of the things that has given me the most problems is potatoes! They just seem to cook so much faster than I expect! But then, too, the computer comes with a time warp, as being on it seems to do something to time. Once I was going to just make some boiled potatoes, and probably mash them or put parsley on the cubes. I was at the computer when I smelled something burning. I went in and the potatoes were blackened onto the pyrex pot that I had them in. Really bad! I could not get that blackened layer off no matter what I did! I even asked it as a question on one of the Q & A sites! Well, eventually, I used vinegar to soak it, and then baking soda and boiling that,, and little by little it came off,, but not like shiny new. I have to definitely use a timer and keep careful watch over potatoes.


    Rainbow, I am horrible about timers. DH installed one on the computer that nags me to death so I don't have any exploding potatoes or incinerated food. I think it is just called Cool Timer.

    Hope this helps!
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