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    Word of warning when cooking

    When heating up an Apple Caramel pie, mmm, do not stick your finger into the pie to see if it is hot. Ouch. The apple filling sticks to your fingers and burns like a &*$%#.

    Second warning, if you do this anyway, do not then stick said finger into your mouth to get the filling off. Now I also have a burned tongue.

    Just some advice from the kitchen.

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    Re: Word of warning when cooking

    OUCH

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    Re: Word of warning when cooking

    Well, generally, you wouldn't touch any gelatinous substance exposed to heat for that reason... put some ice on your finger, and I don't know about the tongue... maybe avoid using it too intensely for a few days.

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    Re: Word of warning when cooking

    Quote Originally Posted by Cousin View Post
    When heating up an Apple Caramel pie, mmm, do not stick your finger into the pie to see if it is hot. Ouch. The apple filling sticks to your fingers and burns like a &*$%#.

    Second warning, if you do this anyway, do not then stick said finger into your mouth to get the filling off. Now I also have a burned tongue.

    Just some advice from the kitchen.
    Thanks for the great advice.

    Btw, I thought you were going to say you had to re-enact the American pie scene...that would have been funny.

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    Shouldn't this be known since American Pie?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip42483 View Post
    Thanks for the great advice.

    Btw, I thought you were going to say you had to re-enact the American pie scene...that would have been funny.
    That would be extremely painful...

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    Nothin' says lovin' like somethin' from the oven--but this is NOT what they meant!!!!

    Hope your finger feels better, Cousin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip42483 View Post
    Thanks for the great advice.

    Btw, I thought you were going to say you had to re-enact the American pie scene...that would have been funny.
    OH man, that would have been painful.

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    Indeed, it would have been uberly painful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HazeMaster View Post
    Nothin' says lovin' like somethin' from the oven--but this is NOT what they meant!!!!

    Hope your finger feels better, Cousin
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    Re: Word of warning when cooking

    Quote Originally Posted by Cousin View Post
    When heating up an Apple Caramel pie, mmm, do not stick your finger into the pie to see if it is hot. Ouch. The apple filling sticks to your fingers and burns like a &*$%#.

    Second warning, if you do this anyway, do not then stick said finger into your mouth to get the filling off. Now I also have a burned tongue.

    Just some advice from the kitchen.
    Kinda like the Napalm of the kitchen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeslifeyork View Post
    Kinda like the Napalm of the kitchen!
    Others include, but are not limited to: cheese, polenta, tomato sauce, fondue

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cousin View Post
    Can you kiss my boo boo and make it better? lol


    That was your finger, wasn't it???


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    Re: Word of warning when cooking

    sounds like a hot glue gun episode i had once in college

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    Re: Word of warning when cooking

    Oh where is the video cam when needed. I do hope you are ok but I couldn't help but nearly fall on the floor laughing. Good show, but really next time video tape it or something.

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    Due to working in a kitchen all these years, I've developed callousy finger that are like asbestos. Nah, it still hurts though.


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    Re: Word of warning when cooking

    Quote Originally Posted by Cousin
    When heating up an Apple Caramel pie, mmm, do not stick your finger into the pie to see if it is hot. Ouch. The apple filling sticks to your fingers and burns like a &*$%#.

    Second warning, if you do this anyway, do not then stick said finger into your mouth to get the filling off. Now I also have a burned tongue.

    Just some advice from the kitchen.
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    Re: Word of warning when cooking

    I remember several years ago, I was fixing mashed potatoes in a pot that had a wooden handle on it. The wooden handle was a little loose on the pot. When they were done cooking, I was spooning the hot potatoes into a ceramic bowl, when somehow, the wooden handle came off the metal spindle on the pot. The pot flipped over and everything came dumping out on the side of the kitchen counter, missing the bowl completely, and dropping down the side of the counter of the floor.

    I just instinctively reacted, and reached down with my hands to catch what was falling onto the floor, not thinking that I had just taken them off the burner. It was like sticking my hands into hot tar. I screamed, slinging hot potatoes all over the kitchen, the pot clattered onto the floor. What was left in the pot then came splattering up all over my bare feet and legs (I was wearing short pants). So there I am, with scalding potatoes all over my hands, feet and legs, running through the apartment to the shower. I jumped into the tub, and ran cold water over everything... Then I went back to the kitchen, and cleaned everything up... What a mess... After it was all over, I remember thinking, I really didn't want mashed potatoes anyway...

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    Re: Word of warning when cooking

    I'm surprised that the thread didn't go the way of dicking the pie and then having to put your dick in your mouth to get the filling off.....
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    Re: Word of warning when cooking

    Quote Originally Posted by TaigaStar View Post
    Others include, but are not limited to: cheese, polenta, tomato sauce, fondue
    True, but caramelized sugar can be heated to a much higher temperature than any of these. Water will only heat to 212 degrees F., and then it won't get any hotter no matter how long it stays on the stove. So anything that's mostly water might be unpleasant to touch, but it won't give you serious burns.

    But when sugar is combined with water, the mixture can be heated to a much higher temperature. So you can in fact get a bad burn.

    The worst one is hot oil, I think. That gets really really hot.

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    Re: Word of warning when cooking

    Oh, and hey--when you want to see if the flame on the stove is on medium or high? Don't stick your finger in there, either. 'K?

    Hope your feeling better, Cousin. Tá brón orm.
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    I was actually burned all over my body as a kid, I watched my skin peel off. I could not wear clothes for months and it was painful to touch any part of my body on anything. But I healed good. I only have one scar on my right wrist where they started and peeled me skin off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lube View Post
    Oh, and hey--when you want to see if the flame on the stove is on medium or high? Don't stick your finger in there, either. 'K?

    Hope your feeling better, Cousin. Tá brón orm.
    lol, that one I remember.

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