Cooking

Smoke

Just because the smoke detector goes off doesn’t mean I’m not in control of the pan.

The smoke detector needs to watch more cooking shows.

Or maybe I’m an aggressive Sautéer. But brown onions and veges in a dry pan is a key to good flavor.

And waving at a smoke detector 16 feet in the may look like I’m fighting windmills, but I’m building flavor.

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