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Cooking Disasters: They Happen To The Best Of Us.

Have you ever tried out a recipe you found on Pinterest or some other site and completely butchered it?

I remember one time I made carrot cake cupcakes and accidentally used a 3/4 cup of oil instead of a 3/4 tablespoon of oil and turned them into tiny valleys of grease lava.
I don't have any cooking mishaps, maybe one or two but I don't remember them. Although my sister, I don't know how she mistook 1 cup of sugar for 1 cup of salt when making peanut butter cookies. It was so bad that even the dogs didn't want it. Everyone was spitting them out.
Cereal is the only food I can't screw up. But I still have to be careful.
Hey, live and learn. At least you made the effort. So many people today can't or won't cook. Just think if it comes down to survival of the fittest you are one step ahead of the next guy.
@deilig awww thats the best type of cookie :( .
I made a green bean casserole with 1/4 cup of black pepper. initial taste was wonderful then the pepper hit. my dad was a real trooper for trying it.😂😂😂
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