The Great American Cooking Disaster
It was bound to happen. At least one cooking disaster in a challenge to cook ten new dishes in ten weeks. Who would have thought it would be something as simple as an Apple Cobbler that would bring me to my knees. Well, it might have worked if I had followed the recipe, but I decided to free style and the result was a perfect looking top with a bottom of slop and raw apples. My sister took a bite and unceremoniously spat it back in the bowl - she could have pretended it had some merit to save my feelings but no, she did not. What a twat - her, not me. Well maybe me too.
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So next week I have to cook Clam Chowder and I have to confess I have no idea what a clam is! Is clam crab? I'm also totally squimish when it comes to seafood and honestly I don't really want to eat it. But this was never about me, it was always about Pitman's stomach. Good Lord I'm a good wife!
Do you want to make Clam Chowder with me? You can come back next Sunday and share your creation. If you don't have a blog to link up but you want to participate, you can join Cookin' the Books on Facebook and share your photos there or you can post your photos to Twinkle in the Eye on Facebook. Alternatively, you can share your photos on Twitter and use the hash tag #americancook and tag me @twinkleite.
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