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Q : What is the biggest cooking disaster you've ever done?
I once tried to bake. Sweeties cookies, but it was an epic fail. All of the baking mixture fell on the floor, I was in shock. I was oust of the kitchen by mum for messing with her kitchen floor and breaking her new glass bowl.
When I saw a potato bread recipe on tv, I was motivated to do something with tons of potato in my kitchen. I boiled them, crushed them and added spices & aaar.. salt! Salt ruined everything. It wasn't just salt, it was TOO MUCH SALT! I didn't tell anyone that I tried something in kitchen and simply trashed that thing.
When my friend and I were studying French in France, we were in a bunch of courses with other people who tested into our level. However, we chose to take an elective, and everyone in it had been speaking French for longer than we were alive, so we felt a bit uncomfortable in the class because we were clearly the two "lowest." They were all French teachers in their respective countries who had taught French for years. One of our assignments was to give a presentation, and since my friend and I were feeling so insecure about our French, we decided to make tiramisu so that our classmates could eat it, get distracted, and not give us their undivided attention. We got a tiramisu recipe from an Italian who lived on our floor, and fed it to the whole class. After we presented, we tried some ourselves, and we were so embarrassed! It tasted GROSS on so many levels. It was soggy mush that didn't taste sweet or even like a dessert. We told everyone that we were so sorry and that they didn't have to eat it, but some people ate it to be nice. We were so ashamed that we fed gross food everyone, including our instructor. It was really hard to have to go back in there the next class knowing how bad our dessert tasted. I learned my lesson and will always test the food I prepare for others beforehand!
I was pregnant and craving cookies, but I didn't have the baking soda that the recipe called for. I figured it was just one tablespoon, how much difference could it really make. Well, let me tell you a HUGE difference. The cookies were disgusting and didn't cook well at all! Lesson learned!
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