Thursday, January 31, 2008

A friendly Public Service Announcement

When attempting to steam vegetables, it is wise to actually use, you know, water. Not doing so may result in a ruined pot, ruined vegetables, a smelly house and well, you may just piss yourself off.

Not that I have any experience with this particular situation, though. I just thought I'd pass that little helpful tidbit along.

6 comments:

Mari said...

Oh no!!!

Kate said...

Thanks, but you know, I would never do something like that. Ever. Really. I am NEVER a menace in my own home.

LaughterThoughts said...

As well, never boil eggs and forget that they're boiling and let them boil dry and continue to dry-boil in the pot... because at some point you will realize that you've done so and that will be when the entire house reeks of nasty burned eggs. And the smell will not go away. And the smell cannot be masked by any kind of air freshener or spray or match or anything. This is an especially embarrassing circumstance when it happens right before a first date when you're in highschool.

KatieBug said...

I have never done ANYTHING like that! ;)

chewymama said...

LOL Alli!!!!!!!!!! We've all done things like that - but thanks for the laugh this morning! :)

k said...

Yeah, and not only THAT, but the tri-bond layer on the bottom of your saucepan might MELT and fall off on your red hot burner. I wouldn't know about that either (TWICE!) but am also passing that along as a public safety announcement.