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S/O Proud kitchen moments -- Kitchen disasters

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mbbored:

--- Quote from: lady_disdain on July 08, 2013, 01:00:53 PM ---Pinterest projects usually benefit from a pinch of salt.

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We always go in with a hint of skepticism and a sense of humor.

o_gal:

--- Quote from: mbbored on July 08, 2013, 02:29:27 PM ---
--- Quote from: lady_disdain on July 08, 2013, 01:00:53 PM ---Pinterest projects usually benefit from a pinch of salt.

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We always go in with a hint of skepticism and a sense of humor.

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Pinstrosity - http://pinstrosity.blogspot.com/

stitchygreyanonymouse:

--- Quote from: o_gal on July 09, 2013, 08:50:17 AM ---
--- Quote from: mbbored on July 08, 2013, 02:29:27 PM ---
--- Quote from: lady_disdain on July 08, 2013, 01:00:53 PM ---Pinterest projects usually benefit from a pinch of salt.

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We always go in with a hint of skepticism and a sense of humor.

--- End quote ---

Pinstrosity - http://pinstrosity.blogspot.com/

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Also, Don't Pin That - http://nodontpinthat.blogspot.com/

Dawse:
Does anyone remember that Only Fools and Horses Episode, where Uncle Albert makes coffee instead of gravy and everyone dumps it all over their dinner without realising?

My mum did that once. Fortunately dinner was rescuable, but it took a long time before my brother trusted gravy again  ;D

Shalamar:
That puts me in mind of my mother-in-law's gravy.  Her gravy is absolutely horrible.  It's basically just skimmed-off fat, with no thickener or seasoning added at all.  At my first Thanksgiving dinner, she asked if I'd like some.  Because I love gravy and I didn't know what hers was like, I happily said yes - and watched in horror as liquid fat was poured all over my dinner.   :(

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