Wednesday, February 20, 2008

How To Waste Time in The Kitchen Lesson 2

My series of videos for novice and experienced cooks continues with this short but instructive lesson on how to waste time in the kitchen. The conceit behind this lesson is that it will serve as an aide memoire when you are trying to recall some part of what you were supposed to be learning when you took general physics in secondary school.

At least that's the way I spin it when my kids catch me doing something like this.

FYI the metal thing that I snap onto the blade of the spatula to add mass to amplify the force of the downward motion is a neodymium magnet. My stepfather, a retired engineer, gave me two of them when he was still working at making electric motors. They rock!


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7 comments:

Christian the Apprentice said...

You've officially left me speechless with amazement that you had this time to waste. I don't know if I should be envious or cry with shame because I am the apprentice of such shenanigans.

Scotty said...

Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue. ;-)

Anonymous said...

I think i hate myself

Tags said...

How To Waste Time in The Kitchen Lesson 3 - tell people the Queen of England and the White House are fighting over you and have offered to build you an "MTV Cribs" worthy domicile.

For starters.

boberica said...

to Christian...
...and this is the guy you let call you Grasshopper..

Tags said...

There goes this year's vacation time!

Magpie said...

i am NOT going to let my four year old watch that.