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Salmon filet vs. garage floor

July 24th, 2010 at 03:54 pm

I bought a nice piece of salmon yesterday and planned to have it for lunch today. Problem was, it's just too darn hot to heat up the kitchen.

I had me a brilliant idea. Carry my little convection oven (not much bigger than a toaster oven) downstairs and into the garage and cook it in there.

Hey, people grill outdoors all the time, so what's wrong with a few mouse traps, paint cans and dirty stuff all around the oven?

I laid out some tinfoil and lined the tray with it, then placed the yummy salmon filet on top, sprinkling some rosesmary on it. I placed it inside the oven and carried it down into the basement that way. As I stepped through the doorway from the basement to the garage, I somehow lost my balance, the oven door flew open and that darned salmon filet went flying, landing on my FILTHY DIRTY garage floor.

Well, we're not going to waste a perfectly good $7 piece of salmon. I brought it back upstairs to the kitchen, where I rinsed off the dust and grit.

Back into the oven it went, where it's broiling now.

3 Responses to “Salmon filet vs. garage floor”

  1. Homebody Says:

    Great idea! I love me some barbecued salmon!

  2. creditcardfree Says:

    Mmm...I love salmon. I'm sure any grime and dirt will be sanitized by the heat of your oven!

  3. Ima saver Says:

    I would do the same thing!!

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