I make cooking mistakes so you don’t have to. It’s really considerate of me, I know.
Today’s cautionary tale:
The stew recipe I like calls for browning the meat before putting it in the crock pot. So I unwrapped the beef and dumped it into the pot on the stove.
But I neglected to remove the little liner underneath, which promptly soldered itself to the bottom of the pot and some of the meat. I had to rinse and pick at every piece of meat to make sure the stew was plastic free. I said many angry, not-so-nice words.
The upside is that now you can enjoy a plastic free stew every time, because you’ve learned from my mistake.