Post # 61
Did anyone else know you can turn garlic blue? Because I didn’t. I was making pasta with a sauce of my own creation for Fiance. I had made it for myself the night before – no problems. The sauce was butter, lemon juice, etc. and I used my garlic press to mince the garlic. I walked away for a minute and when I came back, there were little blue specks all throughout the sauce. Come to find out it’s some sort of chemical reaction, and even though it’s ok to eat I just couldn’t get over how unnaturally blue it was and refused to let Fiance eat it. Fast food for us that night!
Post # 62
one thanksgiving i got a bright idea to cook a desert… instead of going with one i have tried i found a paula deen pumpkin cheesecake.
im usually good at following directions, but i wanted to go the fast route and buy graham cracker crusts. Instead of making them…. well i forgot to see the part where it said to use a certain pan lol well it was too much batter for one. i guess whatever pan it was higher. well i baked it then put it in the fridge right before we were about to go to my parents i checked on it.. and eww it was watery!! so i put it back in the oven and didnt work out so great.. my dad ate it but it kind of had a burnt taste.. no bueno!
Post # 63
- Wedding: June 2015 - Thorpewood
Ugh. I made corn on the cob the other night. I had actually never made it before so I was all worried about it. I bit into it and thought it tasted…off. My boyfriend tasted it too and we both realized at the same time it was rotten. I was all stuffy so I couldn’t smell the rotten smell of the corn.
Needless to say, we threw the corn away. We couldn’t even finish the rest of the meal because we were both disgusted with the corn.
Post # 64
- Wedding: March 2012 - Father\'s Vineyard Church/ A Touch of Class Banquet Center
I once caught the stove on fire while boiling water. To this day, I still have absolutely no idea how it happened, but it did. Mr. D still won’t let me live it down to this day.