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    I remember putting a roast chicken in the oven when I went to work, and gave DH instructions to turn it every two hours.

    I got home and opened the front door to the putrid smell of rotten chicken - went to the oven and found it off. (The switch had tripped in the fuse box.)

    When I asked DH about it, he said he had turned it every two hours like I had asked. I had to hold my breath when opening the oven. I cannot understand how he didn't notice anything wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VikkiB View Post
    DH has NEVER let me forget that I once made a chocolate slice with salt instead of sugar.....and gave him the first piece to try. I also once put a frozen pizza into the oven without taking it off the plastic plate thingie.

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    My Nan one Xmas made white Christmas with powdered mash potatoes instead of coconut... don't know how she managed that lol

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    I am a complete ballet flats and thongs kind of girl, but last weekend I went out in the city for a friends birthday, and I wore heels (which were only like, an inch high).

    We were all walking along a very busy king st wharf, when my heel slipped between two pieces of the wooden flooring (struggling to explain - kind of like the stuff piers are made of - hope you understand!), and got wedged so tightly in there that I had to take the shoe off and get down on my hands and knees and pull with all my strength to pull it out of there!!!

    I know now it was a fail moment because several passersby told me so

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    My passwords for somethings is "DS's name 28" I've had that as my password for the last 5 years, I had to give DH my password to check something a while ago and he asked why is it 28 at the end. I was being a total bish and rolled my eyes at him and real sarcastic I answered because he was born on the 28th and I may of went on a rant about how could he forget the date out son was born yadda yadda yadda...

    Turns out DS was born on the 29th, I got the birth certificate out and everything to double check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inked Mumma View Post
    My passwords for somethings is "DS's name 28" I've had that as my password for the last 5 years, I had to give DH my password to check something a while ago and he asked why is it 28 at the end. I was being a total bish and rolled my eyes at him and real sarcastic I answered because he was born on the 28th and I may of went on a rant about how could he forget the date out son was born yadda yadda yadda...

    Turns out DS was born on the 29th, I got the birth certificate out and everything to double check.
    Hahaha, that's fantastic.

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    My sister and I attempted to make these for an Easter party at work. 1382871533559.jpg
    They are chocolate covered strawberry "carrots". We melted the white chocolate and added red and yellow food dye to make orange, the chocolate turned into something that resembled play dough!! Thinking we burned the chocolate we tried again, same result....maybe we didn't melt it enough, let's microwave it...... nope that didn't work, here's an idea lets run down to the store and buy more chocolate, third times a charm right.......WRONG!!!!!

    Over $20 wasted on white chocolate and up til 11pm before we realised the food dye reacts with the chocolate to make it go that way.....epic fail!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MerryR View Post
    I once made scones that were rock hard. I've never seen anything like them. The chooks wouldn't even eat them. Haven't made them since lol.
    I've done this too i was about 13 I called them rock cakes I threw them to my dog who would eat anything (I've blocks inc the stick ) and even he wouldn't eat them.
    And another time @jemmajam and I made rice without realising it trippled in size when cooked lol we had so much rice it was ridiclious I think we used the whole packet.

    & these were meant to be cookies ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1382872068.849652.jpg

    I could fill a whole thread with my culinary failures :-P

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    Well, I just put a heaped tablespoon of vegetable stock into my milk instead of strawberry quik. And it was my treat for the day and the last of the milk. So sad right now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    My notes:
    Firstly that is the recipe to a t. I have NO IDEA why 1 cup is 150g and half a cup is 125g.. I have always thought 1 cup to be 250g which then logically a half cup of course would be 125g... I think when I make them I just use my cup measure and ignore their weights and quantities.. if it's too dry I add a tablespoon of milk.
    I often make the mixture, halve it and then add cocoa to one half, and use a little bit of milk if it's too dry. I then either marble the colours together, or I make checkered patterns or swirl patterns using both flavours. Yum
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    Cup measurement are in ml or volume. A cup of flour weighs less than a cup of butter or sugar.
    The weights are there if you'd rather use scales than cup measurements.

    But, it looks like a great easy recipe- will definitely try it out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsharvey View Post
    Well, I just put a heaped tablespoon of vegetable stock into my milk instead of strawberry quik. And it was my treat for the day and the last of the milk. So sad right now...
    That made me laugh so hard ...sorry, really should show some compassion

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