a watched pot never burns... :)
I burned the pot and threw it away; it made me so say because it was my grandmother's biggest boiler. In the meantime, I'm often looking at two different Goodwill stores for an inexpensive replacement. So I guess I'm on the other end of the stick from this guy.
You had me going there...i was thinking it was pot, not a pot!
I have burned many a pot in my life....
I don't think it's overkill at all! I see it as a wise use of technologyI throw out anything I burn, eventually I'll just stop cooking
a very nice pot you've got now! At least you didn't burn a pot of pot...
You haven't lived until you've let macaroni boil dry and turn dark brown in your pot. I hope that's not what you did. Not only does it ruin the pot, but it stinks up the house for days.Yes, I did that once. Surprisingly, it involved the other sort of pot, too.
LOL...what's for dinner?
Is that case of overkill still in one piece??
Don't burn it! LOL
Burning one kind often leads to burning the other..
Have you named it yet?
What on earth are you cooking that causes you to burn a pot? I don't think I've ever burned a pot. How does one go about doing that?
All the comments about pot are cracking me up! It never even crossed my mind. Sheesh! Do I lead a boring life or what?Ummmm - I'm thinking all pots have the potential to burn. I guess you're going to find out.
Ha! ha ha...I can so relate Ray. I feel compelled to confess, I am a pot burner too!
I've burned a couple of pots in my career as a gourmet cook (kidding on that point). I switched to Calphalon.
What was he trying to cook? Prey, tell?
And this pot is for what? Boiling water???
Aw, go for it Toonman!Aloha from Waikiki :)Comfort Spiral><}}(°><°)}}><