Cooking tip…

Never boil water in a non-whistling tea kettle if you plan on blogging in an adjacent room. Unless of course you wanted the water in the tea kettle to boil dry and the wooden handle to catch fire.

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9 responses to this post.

  1. Last year, I left a kettle boiling on the stove in dorm’s kitchen. Three hours later I came back to a floor that smelled like burned plastic, and a charred tea kettle with a handle that was no more… don’t worry; it happens to the best of us.

    And I microwave the water for my tea now…

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  2. Thanks for the tip!

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  3. Thanks I didn’t know that 🙂

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  4. ROFL!! That so sounds like me!

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  5. Ohh Joni….this is soooooo something only I would do! Glad to know I have friends out there who have beautiful similarities. 😉

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  6. been there-done that! But i also have the memory of a goldfish…5 minutes max! It’s getting worse!

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  7. Posted by madaline on September 4, 2007 at 6:07 pm

    In a roundabout fashion, I think you may have just diagnosed yourself with ADD. If so, welcome to the club! Your membership card will be arriving in the mail soon.

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  8. Posted by jvalways on September 4, 2007 at 7:53 pm

    love the hot-pot, auto off, no stovetop.

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  9. Nope, actually that’s not ADD…the term we need to be using in this case is clearly “BDD” (blogging deficit disorder).

    Maggie

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