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Mama's Kitchen Dilemmas - Birthday

"At a party I once gave for my brother's birthday turned out to be a kitchen disaster when my three year old turned the fire up on the stove and almost burned the meal I was making." Kim, Florida

"One evening, my husband decided to surprise me and make dinner, when I arrived home from work I walked into my house and almost choked because there was so much smoke coming from our skillet, my husband had never cooked a meal before and he forgot to open up a window." Sherry, Kansas

"I had a kitchen dilemma once when my brother and his girlfriend decided to bake a cake, when they asked me to watch the cake while they went to the mall, I fell asleep. When I awoke, the cake was burned and I hurried up and made another one before they got back home." Tammie, California

"When my sister told the family she was cooking thanksgiving dinner, we all knew it was going to be a disaster. On Thanksgiving day, we all sat at the table and prepared to eat. When my dad cut the turkey, we all found out that she didn't clean out the turkey, she asked us was she suppose to and we told her yes, the next Thanksgiving she did everything right and we had a nice dinner." Eddie, New York

"When I was seventeen, my dad was making tacos while I was doing my homework in our living room. The gardeners were outside and my dad went out to ask them to put the water on our grass. I started to smell smoke, I rushed into the kitchen and saw flames coming from the skillet. I yelled out for my dad and when he came in, he cut off the stove and saved our house from burning down." Nicky, California

"I had a kitchen dilemma when my mother-in-law came to visit. I know I can't cook and even boiling water can be a task for me. While preparing the meal I was cooking, my husband called and told me she took an early flight and would be in town very shortly. I started to hurry and accidentally cut myself with the knife I was using. I was rushed to the emergency clinic. While I was there, my mother-in-law came in to see me. She told me next time she'll do the cooking and I won't have to worry or stress myself out." Wilma, Texas

"I had the craziest day in the kitchen last week when my daughter wanted me to cook her a frozen burrito for her lunch. I put the burrito in the oven and went to the bathroom, when I came out I smelled smoke coming from the kitchen. I rushed in and saw that the burrito had caught on fire, so I turned off the oven and took out the burned burrito and my daughter had to settle for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich." Alice, New Jersey

"Last year, I decided to host a 4th of July party at my house. My sister-in-law asked if she could help, so I decided to let her. She wanted to season the ribs for the barbecue, so I thought there couldn't be any harm in letting her prepare the meat. When we all sat down to eat, I bit into the meat, it was very salty and spicy. She put way to much seasoning on the meat." Ann, Boston

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