Kitchen Katastrophe #atozchallenge

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I am notorious for multitasking. But with so many tasks to be completed, what else can one do. So while I am listening to Ellen DeGeneres and typing a new Blogpost, in-between folding clothes I keep an ear out for the Pressure Cooker whistle. In the meantime Potato Paneer is in the making, bubbling on the stove. Although most days I manage without major disaster, there are days when the Paneer would get stuck to the pan, or I publish without proof reading.

I am also notorious for setting off the fire alarm. Since most Indian cooking involves preparing a set like Alif Laila, with smoke and fog and all things blurry, even in cruel winters I used to cook with doors and windows wide open, dressed like an eskimo.



During my hostel days, I used be so lost watching Hannah Monatana that I would lose track of the number of whistles. And then I would have to run to my roommate, hoping that atleast she had kept a tab. Although nothing burnt, ever, but there was a day when I forgot to put water in the pan while trying to boil eggs. 

Oh was it me or my roommate. Well, we both were the same – incredibly absent minded.

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19 thoughts on “Kitchen Katastrophe #atozchallenge

  1. ha ha! boiling eggs without water was funny πŸ™‚
    I have burnt many pans while making tea. I still forget that I have kept tea for brewing. My challenge is losing track of time while relying solely on my sense of smell πŸ˜‰

  2. My husband (the family cook) has had his share of mishaps. He's ruined pans, burned holes in potholders, and even forgot to turn the stove off once (our son caught it before we had a disaster). By the way, I am so laughing at the Gordon Ramsey illustration.

  3. Occasionally I don't get the top pressed down tightly, or close the whistle on the tea kettle, and it steams away until I randomly wander in or it runs out of water and burns the house down. Okay it hasn't burned down yet but has def blown most of my tea water into steam before I realize. If it weren't for whistles and beeps on my appliances, I'd have been burned out years ago.

  4. Hhahaha!!! Boiling eggs without water… I like you <3 <3 <3
    I make silly mistakes all the time! And I feel so bad, but I'm not feeling bad when I'm writing about it!

    Cheers
    Geets

  5. Too hilarious! And the Gordon meme πŸ˜›
    I'm guessing that Paneer getting stuck to the pan would be more desirable than a blog post getting published without a proofread!
    Amazing post, Rajlakshmi πŸ˜‰

  6. LOL πŸ˜€ Boiling eggs without water!! This reminded me, KG once kept eggs with water on the stove and forgot all about it. After an hour when he sauntered back in the kitchen, there was no trace of water and the saucepan burnt and I had to throw that pan out!

  7. Hahaha, that was such a fun read Raj! Multi-tasking is something I do too, not very adept either. The most frequent victim is milk…always manage to boil it over and spend a good amount of time cursing myself, cleaning the spill!
    And for the record I hate pressure cookers, I work with an electric cooker..no hoots to hear or bother with!
    @KalaRavi16 from
    Relax-N-Rave

  8. hahahahah "Since most Indian cooking involves preparing a set like Alif Laila, with smoke and fog and all things blurry, even in cruel winters I used to cook with doors and windows wide open, dressed like an eskimo." I so very well relate to this. I have burnt my Potato Sandwich an hour back today while multi-tasking!!!

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