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21 May


How To Clean A Badly Burned Pot or Pan
By brucetretter, Category: | Western Cooking

This ever happen to you? It happened to me just the other day. I put a pot on the stove to make tea like this…


…then left the kitchen to do some work intending to turn off the stove in 5 minutes.  About 40 minutes later I smelled something like burning leaves (because there were leave burning – tea leaves).  Of course, I blew off any concern…


…until the fire alarms (the place is packed with them) started screaming and flashing.  I rocketed into the kitchen, took the pot off the stove, turned off the burner, bolted into the basement to shut off the alarm and then came back up to see my tea had turned to ashes.  Huh, I guess water can burn. 

And chocolate pudding sure burns too.  That’s what happened in the picture at the top of the page.  I started cooking the pudding, then got called to pick up one of my kids.  Sound like a pattern?

If this happens to you or anyone you know, and you’d like help, please either click the photo at the top of the page or click How To Clean A Burned Pot or Pan right here for free easy-to-follow, step-by-step picture book directions.  Of course, if you know of a better way to clean burned pots, I am as always wide open to suggestions and can be reached at 

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