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    Default What dinner did you wreck, and how?

    Yesterday I spent the afternoon making chili and rice. When it came to serving I dished it out and grabbed the grated cheese from the fridge and sprinked it over the dinners. We sat down and my daughter freaked - the cheese was covered in mold. Melting mold! We all tried to pick it off, and I tried to convince them mold is just like mushrooms, but no-one was buying - finally, we all had sandwiches. It's been a while since I screwed up supper that badly.

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    OMG that is horribly funny.

    The first time I made mole I completely fucked it up. It ended up burnt paste in the pan; ended up at House of Pies for dinner.
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    I have to ask - What the heck is House of Pies? We don't have them in Canada.

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    I attempted to make porkchops in the Crock-pot one day before I left for work. I put extra sauce in there, and put the setting on war even. I came home to a disaster. The porkchops were like hockey pucks, and the sauce cooked itself WAY down. It was so bad, that my dog who eats everything, even refused it.

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    House of Pies is a 24 hour diner that sells alot of different kinds of pies.

    Maybe you crock pot was on the fritz? I've always been scared to set one and leave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoogsBun View Post
    I attempted to make porkchops in the Crock-pot one day before I left for work. I put extra sauce in there, and put the setting on war even. I came home to a disaster. The porkchops were like hockey pucks, and the sauce cooked itself WAY down. It was so bad, that my dog who eats everything, even refused it.
    That's bad, lol.

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    Holy heck, I'd never eat that meal again! Or it would at least take me awhile to... I'd keep seeing the cheese in my head.

    I am notorious for burning the mince when making spaghetti. It smells awful and tastes awful too. I thought I could get away with once by putting in lots of sauce.. haha, didn't work.

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    i burnt down a kitchen a week after we got married. i put oil in a pan to make popcorn, turned the fire on, and forgot about it. i went to clean the bathroom (something i NEVER do) and next thing i hear is my 8 yr old screaming FIRE FIRE.
    *bowing*

    let me preface this by saying i do NOT cook...once i tried to make chicken fried steak. i put in 1 cup of salt. yeah i know it was supposed to be one teaspoon. lmfao no one would eat it. those two incidents got me banned from the kitchen. oh wait, and i microwaved a hotdog. it exploded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msdeb View Post
    i burnt down a kitchen a week after we got married. i put oil in a pan to make popcorn, turned the fire on, and forgot about it. i went to clean the bathroom (something i NEVER do) and next thing i hear is my 8 yr old screaming FIRE FIRE.
    *bowing*

    let me preface this by saying i do NOT cook...once i tried to make chicken fried steak. i put in 1 cup of salt. yeah i know it was supposed to be one teaspoon. lmfao no one would eat it. those two incidents got me banned from the kitchen. oh wait, and i microwaved a hotdog. it exploded.
    I think you did it on purpose so as to be banned; which I think is pure genius!
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    Exploding hot dogs, lol. I gave a birthday party for 12 kids once and couldn't fit all the hot dogs in the frying pan so arranged them on a grill and put them in the oven - they blew up to like 4 times the original size, splitting open and looking really really weird - I told the kids they were hot dogs from outer space and they laughed the little darlings and ate the hot dogs - I had to make more.
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    Where is McJag? I believe she belongs in this thread
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    Blabbermouth! With a memory like a hawk!
    Ok. Pinklilycat, a British poster and a double agent, knew I longed to taste Yorkshire Pudding. She gave me her recipe. I made it faithfully. You have to put it in a hot oven and I MIGHT have made it a teensy bit hotter. Shortly,black smoke started coming out of said oven. The fire detectors went off all over the house. Dogs were barking and running hither & yon. The parrot started screaming. Anxiety was high as I finally smothered it,with one pot holder also flaming. I thought about saying it was the French Flambe version,but it was hopeless. Pinklilycat was -now I have no proof of this-a Double O agent who managed a terrorist attack right here in Texas. She shortly quit posting-probably on assignment elsewhere. She will be back one day and I urge all of you to be careful of her recipes. Possibly run them by Novice to see if she can spot potential fire hazzards.
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    ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariesoleil View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by McJag View Post
    Blabbermouth! With a memory like a hawk!
    Ok. Pinklilycat, a British poster and a double agent, knew I longed to taste Yorkshire Pudding. She gave me her recipe. I made it faithfully. You have to put it in a hot oven and I MIGHT have made it a teensy bit hotter. Shortly,black smoke started coming out of said oven. The fire detectors went off all over the house. Dogs were barking and running hither & yon. The parrot started screaming. Anxiety was high as I finally smothered it,with one pot holder also flaming. I thought about saying it was the French Flambe version,but it was hopeless. Pinklilycat was -now I have no proof of this-a Double O agent who managed a terrorist attack right here in Texas. She shortly quit posting-probably on assignment elsewhere. She will be back one day and I urge all of you to be careful of her recipes. Possibly run them by Novice to see if she can spot potential fire hazzards.
    Great story!

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