Sometimes there are little lessons to be learned in both the kitchen and life. These little lessons sneak up on us like monsters in the night, leaving a lasting impression that cannot be ignored. In short, they are important.
Here are a few recent examples from my kitchen and life:
- Beware the overspray. Don’t stand too close to the sink in public bathrooms.
- Takeout containers left in the car will begin to stink. Quickly.
- Paper cups from fast food joints aren’t meant to last…the bottom falls out.
- Hide the evidence after a snack attack otherwise everyone will know who polished off that delicious bag of Doritos.
- Leaving the pantry door open, revealing the giant bag of kibble to the two hungry beagles is ALWAYS a bad idea.
- If you think it’s spoiled, STOP EATING IT!
- Don’t send links in emails when you are sick. You will inevitably send the wrong one.