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Memorable Cooking Disaster


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  • 4 months later...

I took a break from cooking the day I made a poor jollof rice. I noticed that it was salty, and that was the period that my woman came around. I couldn't even cope then, but I am glad now that everything is getting better and I am becoming a better version of a chef that I wanted to be for long.

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The only thing that comes to mind is I way over salted some wild goose gumbo once. Other than that I can’t think of anything drastic enough to be called a disaster. I’m actually a pretty good cook.


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  • 4 weeks later...
I wanted to melt some cheese on some pork rinds. I don't have a functional microwave. I put the pork rinds on a pampered chef stone  and placed them under the broiler. 
They caught fire! 

Hahaha! Sorry to laugh but that’s funny.
Next time just put them on a baking pan then pop them into a 350° oven for about 5 minutes or until the cheese melts how you like it. Nachos were made this way long before microwaves were invented and truth be known may even taste better that way.


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Okay, so it's not my disaster, but an ex-girlfriend's. She was cooking something in oil on the stove, got a phone call, and laid down on the bed to talk on the phone and forgot she had something on the stove. After a while I sensed something was burning and the whole pan was in flames. We had a 2nd floor apartment and I grabbed that pan with an oven mit and ran it down the hall, down the stairs, and threw it outside in the front lawn, lol. I was not a happy camper at that moment, lol.

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7 hours ago, Bob said:

Okay, so it's not my disaster, but an ex-girlfriend's. She was cooking something in oil on the stove, got a phone call, and laid down on the bed to talk on the phone and forgot she had something on the stove. After a while I sensed something was burning and the whole pan was in flames. We had a 2nd floor apartment and I grabbed that pan with an oven mit and ran it down the hall, down the stairs, and threw it outside in the front lawn, lol. I was not a happy camper at that moment, lol.

My husband randomly stopped by his parents house and found this exact situation. Mil was cooking sausage in oil🤢

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  • 4 weeks later...

I have had many that are obvious most overcooking for various reasons. 

 

On someone else's cook disaster effecting me: 

Once when the wife took off her eye glasses when preparing dinner I was quite surprised tasting a spoonful of broccoli and clumps of mud in my mouth and instantly spit it out onto my plate.

My whole life I have loved bakery goods. If I am sick or sad a pastry makes me feel well again. Somehow a pineapple danish received a pineapple filling with what tasted like they mistakenly grabbed baking power instead of sugar. It was bitter like aspirin or many other things. It was not sugar and it was not toxic I am pretty certain as I did not get sick or an irritation in my mouth. But I was disappointed not being able to enjoy the danish pastry. 

 

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On 5/18/2024 at 10:29 PM, Another Meat Head said:

tasted like they mistakenly grabbed baking power instead of sugar

Sounds like a good April Fool's Day gag, lol 😄

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