i was making pancakes, because my sister was crying yesterday "please somebody make pancakes" but mum was too busy and i was too lazy. but this night i did not sleep so i decided to make it and i was making it for 4 hours and you know why? i read 250 g. butter instead of flour and i was trying to mix it but it was impossible and then i checked and find out that i'm so stupid :((
hahahaha! I make the best pancakes ever! I only have it in Imperial measurements, though :-( It is so easy, I trained my 11 year old twin boys to make them.
AIt's a bummer when you waste good ingredients on a recipe. I've been there!! But is your life ruined?? No I don't think so... I wouldn't loose sleep over it!!
BTW, there is much worse that can and WILL happen, and you just live and learn. Your life is most certainly not destroyed from such a small and silly mistake. You are young yet (I assume) you have lots of time to make some really horrible mistakes and this one will pale by comparison ;-)( lol, please don't though!!)
AGood grief. What a dramatic headline desctibing a total un-drama.
BTW, the pancake recipe at CI is the best ever. And it doesn't take FOUR hours to make.
AHaha is this seriously a joke? Made me smile anyways :)
the drama llama has arrived.
is there an actual difference between pancakes and crepes (I mean in the recipe )
And it happens to everyone. I once mixed the quantities of baking soda and baking powder. Let me telle you that my cake was horrible
Totally misleading tittle. I thought someone was getting arrested or sued. I know butter is expensive but get off the ledge you have so much to live for. You'll make pancakes again and this time you'll read the recipe correctly.
I use ((gasp!!!)) a mix...perfect pancakes everytime.
AIt's really hard for me to wrap my brain around why society portrays "Drama Queen" as a good thing...
I'm sure all those people without a home or job, with sick children, with no family or friends, those living in a war-torn land or in the middle of a natural disaster, are happy to known that your life has been destroyed because you misread a recipe.
I little bit of perspective might be a good idea when you choose your words.
Please tell me the original post is a spam or tiresome joke of some kind. I'm pretty sure I was screaming "Oh God Why!" when my husband passed away 7 years ago and I'm fairly certain I wouldn't be lamenting the same phrase over a messed up batch of pancakes. smh