We believe that there must be some kind of star arrangement and alignment in the sky that helps us make something delicious. Why are we saying so? It’s just that some days we bake that perfect piece of cake and pie that looks so irresistibly tasty. But somedays, we are a total failure.
To make something tasty, delicious, and beautiful, we even take inspiration from Pinterest. But well, we still disappoint ourselves. Maybe it’s because the stars were not aligned correctly. At least, it is safe to say that.
But we just want to say you that, darling, if you couldn’t fry eggs, if you couldn’t bake a pie, or if you literally blew up the kitchen while making something super tasty, you are not alone. That’s such a relief, right? We know. And to make you feel better, we have collected 35 pictures of people who failed in the kitchen.
P.S. Don’t get inspired. (Wink-Wink)
#1 We Tried To Make “Ladybug Rolls”
#2 Tonight Was Foreign Culture Night In My House So I Decided To Cook A Traditional Dish From Pompeii
#3 Sausage Rolls
Jessica Clark-Bojin, a pie expert has given a few tips ahs tricks for working in the kitchen. “Kitchen ‘mistakes’ can range from the catastrophic, ‘I forgot the pot roast in the oven and now the kitchen is on fire’ to the more benign, ‘I accidentally put paprika in the cookies instead of cinnamon’, but in most instances, they stem from the same thing: distraction and a lack of preparation.”
“Make sure you have all the ingredients you need before you start baking. Work ‘mis-en-place’ and have all the bowls, spoons, tools, etc. cleaned and out on the counter ready for you. Measure out dry ingredients in advance, and (if called for) portion out wet ingredients and chill in the fridge. Clean up pots and pans while your mixture bakes,” Jessica shared.
#4 I Was Making Home Made Chicken Stock. After Simmering For Hours, The Recipe Said To Pour It Through A Strainer. God Damn It
#6 My Friend Made A “Hedgehog” For Her 14-Year-Old Son’s Birthday
She also said, “taking the few extra minutes to prep will give you a lovely stress-free baking experience!” “We have family members who are vegetarian, vegan, celiac (and just plain fussy) and it’s not always possible for the cook to taste what they are making for everyone else. But you can always bring in a pinch-taster and get a second opinion!”