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Topic: Bake and Botch? (Or... my kitchen exploded last night)  (Read 9742 times)
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« Reply #50 on: February 15, 2011 03:10:06 AM »

I am kinda nervous about using glassware now...I think I'll have my fiance take things out of the oven from now on Cheesy

Saying that when we move into a new place around August time my mum is giving us her cast iron casserole dishes because they're too heavy for her to lift now so she wants us to use them instead (woo).

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« Reply #51 on: February 15, 2011 06:34:07 AM »

Lucky lady!  Cast iron is wonderful!! 


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« Reply #52 on: April 14, 2011 05:44:30 AM »

Take a look at this
I'm pretty sure you'd win this contest with your worst kitchen disaster ever. What tops this? Not much...

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« Reply #53 on: July 18, 2011 09:36:09 AM »

Last night I made brownies, but I wanted to put a mint glaze icing on it that need to be in the fridge, so first i had to take them out of the metal pan they were in.  Of course it doesn't come out like a cake, it came out in big chunks, which I sort of tried to put together and just ended up squishing everything and then pouring the glaze on.  Ugly? You betcha!  Tasty?  Absolutely!  Cheesy
« Reply #54 on: November 15, 2011 05:20:26 PM »

Glad that the Doctor's visit wasn't as bad as you thought.  I walked around with a piece of glass in my foot for years, trod on a broken bottle when I was 4.  When I started working at 17 and wearing high heels, I noticed pain in my foot.  After Doctor's visits, with lots of different diagnosis, not one picked up that it could have been glass, even though they asked me about the scar and I told them what happened.  Ended up with an abscess and off I limped to the doctor who simply scraped at it while scoffing about my thought that it was glass.  Limped home where abscess started forming again so I took matters into my own hands and scraped it myself - second scrape hit that chunk of glass. 

I mostly use the tape method of picking up glass but have heard that a piece of bread can also be used in a fix, the glass sticks in the bread. 

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