We’ve all had kitchen disasters – some more memorable than others.
I’ve burned almost everything you can think of, including a few oven mitts and tea towels placed on the wrong stove burners.
I’ve turned on the oven without checking first to see if any dishes were inside (there were), dropped steaks in the mud taking them off of the grill, had a cheesecake adhere itself to the pan just before serving it to guests.
I saw Julia Child drop a cake on the floor once and she just scooped it up, plopped it on a serving plate, and covered it with icing without batting an eyelash. Let’s face it, if this sort of thing can happen to Julia Child, it can happen to anybody. You just need to keep your cool.
If you find yourself in the kitchen having created something so heinous that the only safe place to put it is the garbage disposal, relax. If all else fails, you can order pizza.
Better yet, you can make an easy quick pizza with ingredients you probably have on your pantry shelves or in your refrigerator.
Most people love pizza so they don’t know any better. Ignorance is bliss and you are a genius. Good for you.