Warning: This post contains examples of extreme stupidity…

What kind of person is capable of breaking an omelette pan?

Ok, the pan itself is in one piece. But I find that, to achieve its full potential, a frying/omelette pan really needs one of these:

The person capable of this is the sort of person that, despite having had a number of similar previous “incidents”. continues to pile the draining board so high, things fall on to the floor. The very hard floor.

She’s also the sort of person that tries to mend the very handy and much-used pan with this:

Only to find that the combination of glue, heat and pancake-making is not a happy one:

Not put off, she’s the sort of person that then tries parcel tape, only to end up with an almost-idential pancake disaster…

She’s the author of this blog. And she’s not giving up yet 🙂

I thought a laughing picture was apt in this case, bearing in mind my capability for extreme stupidity!

But despite the fact I had a handle-less pan (and a bleeding thumb from an equally stupid attempt at cutting an aubergine while holding it – I’m also the sort of person that forgets to buy plasters!) I managed, somehow, to make a delicious dinner last night:

It was sooooo good. But I’m too knackered to share anything about it yet… to come!

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11 Responses to Warning: This post contains examples of extreme stupidity…

  1. AHHHAHA dont fret.. one time I GRABBED a hot pan with my bare hand.. we all have those days!

  2. Little Bookworm says:

    Sorry about the frying pan. Your dinner looks great though!

  3. Hahahahahahha – I laughed. A lot 😉

  4. Sarah says:

    That dinner does look delicious despite all the trauma that went into making it! 🙂

    Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog and saying hello! xxx

  5. theflourishingfoodie says:

    Haha, I”ve definitely done stuff like that before. Your dinner looks delicious! Must be pretty smart to come up a wonderful end product even with all the complications 🙂

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