Yesterday I got my first pizza shoppe battle scar. Do you know what other cooks do when one cook gets injured? They say congratulations and swap battle scar stories.
Show & tell, style.
But that was yesterday. Today I have the whole honkin' day off. My big plans include not getting dressed, being lazy and eating the best grilled cheese sandwich on earth.
Today I used organic cayenne for my grilled cheese crust. So so good. And dig this, you can print coupons for Simply Organic products by clicking Simply Organic
You Boogerbutts have a good one.
PS: I would have shown you a picture of the grilled cheese but it's already in my belly, and nobody needs to see that.
No picture of the battle scar either? Just don't lose a finger. You need those.ReplyDelete
Alex: Long time no talk. I didn't even think of showing you my wrist. Got blasted with hot steam. It's much better today. Bumps are almost all gone.ReplyDelete
Hope you're writing well.
Cheers and boogie boogie.
It's only the best grilled cheese in the world if I make it.ReplyDelete
Yeh, we need photo's of this scar!!! Nice to have you back Whisk!ReplyDelete
Ouch! Sorry to hear about the battle scar, but I'm glad it's better today. Wear it like a badge of honor!ReplyDelete
Tim: And your peanut butter toast is pretty darn good as well. Smooch.ReplyDelete
Ray: Hey Ray. Nice to see you too. Been awhile. I missed the competition between you and Anne.
Did you win?
Bard:Bonjour monsieur. Hope you are well. I will wear my wound like a badge of honor.
Having a lazy day off. Still in my jams. How goes you?
Wear it as a badge of honor. :)ReplyDelete
Trey: Loooong time no talk. I hear ya'll are playing on Wednesday. Happy Gaming :-)ReplyDelete
Poor you, Whisk ouchies!!Good to see you back :)ReplyDelete
I was beginning to wonder where you got to! Sorry for your injury but glad it wasn't too serious :)ReplyDelete
Was it a burn? A bump? A laceration? Love grilled cheese of almost any kind.ReplyDelete
Niki: Thanks, Niki. Haven't talk to ya'll in so long it feels like.ReplyDelete
mshatch: Just a first degree burn. Much better today. Hope your writing is going well. I've missed seeing your photographs.
Susan: A first degree burn on my wrist from very hot steam. But the girl that had to get liquid stitches last Christmas had it MUCH worse.
She slammed her eye into the slicer.
Do I even want to know how you slam an eye into a slicer? Ack!ReplyDelete
I won't bore you with all my battle scar stories. Oi. They all involve stitches and oil and flames. :) Ah the memories! :D
Battle scars are badges of honour to us in the industry, I've done a few in my time!ReplyDelete
Alicia: That was the other girl that slammed her eye last Christmas.ReplyDelete
Oil and stitches? Doesn't sound fun.
Lurker: I bet you do. It's funny how many cooks get hurt on the job.
I love grilled cheese sandwiches. I use a couple different cheeses and a little Valveeta for ooee gooieness.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your lazy day off!
Stephen: Ohhh, I love different cheeses. So much fun.ReplyDelete
Right now I'm on a sharp orange American kick. Num, num.
What's your favorite cheese of the week?
Ouch! Hot steam - that's awful..glad it's starting to heal. Here's to no more battle scars!ReplyDelete
Ouch! Hot steam is just below a paper cut in pain level. Glad you're feeling better!ReplyDelete
Elsie: It's coming along nicely now. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Suzan: Oh man. I hate paper cuts.
You realize if we'd known you were making the world's greatest grilled cheese sandwich in advance, one of us would have swiped it....ReplyDelete
William: Hahaha. That's pretty good.ReplyDelete