I admit it it. Everytime I cook, something ends up exploding, spilled or on fire.
All that matters is how it tastes no matter how it got there. Right?!?!
Today as I was making my cup o eggs there was an explosion. I wanted scrambled eggs but I was too lazy to actually get out a pan and scrample them so I just threw them in the mug. I forgot to put the microwave on medium power and next thing I knew it the whole microwave was covered with bits of scrambled eggs (I cleaned it up before my in-laws knew about it so I am apologizing to them now as they read this).
I am also notorious for not closing bags/boxes all the way (or putting the cap on the toothpaste). I think it is because I know that I will be walking over to the pantry and my hand is going to be right back in that bag of cereal, chips, wheat thins within the next 13 minutes so why close it now?
Peanut butter (chunky of course) is meant to go on everything, including graham crackers.
It was a pool day for the Jacob’s family. Mountain of salad with oil and vinegar, snap peas, loads of turkey, cottage cheese, brocc, carrots, and tomatoes.
I got all of my veggies in so I decided to gets some fruits in via a plum and WATERMELON sour patch kids. Don’t worry, I teach my health students that watermelon sour patch kids only count for a half of a serving of fruit.
Billy refused to race me in the pool. I would be afraid to be beat by my wife too.
In sad news: Billy’s mom offered to take us to fro-yo for an afternoon snack and billy replied, “I am fro-yoed out.”
This is going to be a tough time in our marriage.
Have you had any kitchen disasters?
Do you suffer from open bag syndrome? Or are you good at closing the bag or putting the cap back on correctly (I always half screw it on)?
-Billy does, I do not. Unless it is on things like bread or tortillas that go bad fast.
What do you use your microwave the MOST for?
-Baked potatoes in a hurry.