I know I said I was done posting until I return from Texas, but I couldn’t resist having a little fun before I leave. Instead of playing a joke on my lovely readers today (though I admit, I would have liked to if I’d had more time to ponder a really good one), I thought I’d let you in on the fool I am in the kitchen at times. Let’s have a laugh at my expense, shall we?
Maybe the bride will appreciate that I made a peace sign in her wedding cake?
Cinnamon rolls that were just that bad. Yes, it really is possible.
I hate bread failures because it takes so long to make it that when you have no reward, it is a major let down. You think this loaf looks bad? You should have tasted it. It tasted like sin feels.
Nothin’ a truck-load of ganache won’t fix!
I’m pretty sure these sweet potato cinnamon brownies are served in hell. My husband has never fully recovered from his first bite.
The only thing worse than Clean Eating’s Sweet Potato Cinnamon Brownies could possibly be Rocco DiSpirito’s Black Bean Brownies. Please. Just say no to Rocco’s brownies. Try his mac and cheese instead.
No, these aren’t fancy piles of intestines…or the stuff that comes out of intestines in a horrifying color. But these sugar roses would have been great if I needed to decorate a really morbid cake.
Seriously, have you ever seen blonde peanut brittle in your life? Major fail. Couldn’t hardly pull your teeth back apart once you chomped down. And the raw nuts? Not such a great idea.
My mangled Razzcherry Pie. I made this for a pie competition at the state fair and somehow managed to drop it when I was boxing it up. I caught it upside down on my hand…and still submitted it for judging. Needless to say, it didn’t place and the judges wrote “practice doing your lattice work” on my paper. LOL!
I know it looks like bruised chunk of raw chicken breast underneath the coating, but it’s actually a strawberry petit four with a big icing failure covering it. After several experiments, I finally came up with a beautiful and delicious petit four coating and maybe some day I’ll get around to blogging it. Anyone interested?
Chunks of concrete, aka Irish Soda Bread fail.
This is after I pulled out the largest chunks of potato. A word of advice: don’t try baking potatoes at the same time you’re baking a cake. Or if you do, poke them first. Because if you don’t, they will totally explode all over your cake and potato chunks will totally land in your cake batter.
And my biggest fail….
How about you guys? Pulling any pranks today? What is your biggest kitchen failure?