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anyone ever set fire to a potato in the microwave?

Discussion in 'Non Photography Chat Forum' started by tenchy, Mar 17, 2011.

  1. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    came home today to a stink of burning in the house.

    Apparently youngest daughter (18) put her baked spud in for the normal 12 minutes in the new microwave (similar power) and the plastic container we use for stopping the splashes has a burnt hole in in and the plate is covered in burnt stuff. Que!?
     
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    think the daughter is pulling your plonker steve, you need proof of said potato and we need pics.....
     
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    paulmag Always on Administrator

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    sure it wasnt an incorrectly set timer
     
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    I'm 18 too and I have set rice on fire before.

    Put some rice in the microwave, put it on for 20 minutes instead of 2, went upstairs and forgot about them and came down to a kitchen full of smoke and a black blob of rice in the microwave.

    I have also burnt caramel, saved it then put it over my shortbread and proceeded to put the baking tray on top of the switched on hob.

    I'm moving to Aberdeen this year for uni, I have no clue how I am going to not kill myself.
     
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  5. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    not seen the spud, but here is the rest!

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  6. tenchy

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    that was my suspicion.
     
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    Puffin Old Hand Honorary Life Member

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    Some nice designs on the burnt bit, get in a bit closer and you could have a lovely abstract :a-:
     
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    Had some Mac Cheese the other day that had flames....but stopped it before any damage done.
     
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    Better nae, might make new cam sooty.
     
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    I can see Abraham Lincoln on that plate!

    Sell it on ebay.com - you'll get more shipping it to the US!
    As Chaz would say...Result!
    :roll:

    Bloody hell thats Dusty Springfield singing to him on the right too

    Hic...no more wine for me
     
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  12. chaz

    chaz Old Hand Super Moderator

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    The Torment of Tenchies Tattie, limited edition signed copy £3.60, result :)
     

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    I once put a curly wurly into the microwave when I was younger (mum freezes them lol). Soon learned that lesson!

    Kemp
     
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    Haha, my GF set fire to a potato in the microwave before
     
  18. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    LOL.
    Our brand new microwave still smells of burnt spud grrrrr.
     
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    Microwaves love to hang onto a good stink. It will stink for weeks! I burnt chocolate sponge cake in my office microwave, it stunk out the office, corridor and for about 2 weeks after, you could smell it every time you opened the microwave. Persistant cooking of Tuscan bean soup has eventually got rid of the stink :p
     
  20. paulmag

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    Try half a lemon in the microwave (cook it ) try 30 seconds or 1 minute

    A bit more acceptable odour
     

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