Kitchen Disasters: How to Survive Them
By Casa Veneracion on April 20, 2012
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[Editor's Note: No matter how many years you spend in the kitchen, there are always going to be times when things don't go exactly as planned. Check out this list of tips for how to recover from a kitchen disaster, as well as some real-life examples of how Connie Veneracion has fixed problems in her own kitchen. --Genie]
How to survive kitchen disasters
So, remember, when a dish doesn’t turn out the way you expected, keep your cool and don’t feel defeated. The moment you feel defeated, you already are. Think fast and hardthere is a solution somewhere.
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