In cooking, as in life, things don’t always go according to plan… but always remember: if you can’t Sautée, you can always “Saut B.” Photo Credit: Flickr
Why do we grate cheese? Because “gooding” it doesn’t cut it. Photo Credit: MaxPixel
Johnny sat at the kitchen table as his mother whipped up a batch of donuts, explaining the importance of each ingredient as it went in the mixing bowl. The phone rang just as she removed the last donut from the frier. She hung up to find that she was one donut short of a dozen,Continue reading “One Donut Short of a Dozen (Terrible Pun)”
Susan was tired of being second in the kitchen. She’d worked loyally at the restaurant for six years, with no promotion. Finally, she decided to approach management. “Do I have any chance in moving up in the restaurant?” Susan asked. Her manager shook his head. “Can’t say,” he sighed. “I’m afraid you’ll always be aContinue reading “Always a Susan, never an Exec”
In honor of my grandma, who was always cooking… If you could have one recipe prepare itself, which would you choose? (It has to be something you’ve made before) Happy Birthday, Grandma! Photo Credit: Flickr.com
What’s the difference between licorice flavored spice and a lumberjack shirt? One’s fennel and one’s flannel. Photo Credit: Pixabay
Why did the baker bake 57 batches of bread yesterday? He kneaded to make them. Photo Credit: Pixnio
Why is cheese so frequently a fancy hors d’ouevre? Because it’s cultured. Photo Credit: Flickr
YGotta be careful with my seasoning… I was a bit liberal with the powder shaker. You could say I had too much thyme on my hands.
Why did they fire the cup from weather reporting? He was always forecasting muggy weather.