In a podcast recorded at a point in time when we all clearly had pretty sore throats, we discuss the useless kitchen gadgets we all have in the back of that awkward corner cupboard.
The key points this month are:
13 comments on “Episode 19: Kitchen Gadgets”
I’m gonna cut up a rain check and leave it on your doorstep, and listen to this tomorrow instead.
I’m taking one of the scraps of raincheck that Ian has cut up, and using it for myself, because I haven’t listened to this yet.
Here you go, mate, whenever I tear it out of the book I always do it wrong and leave a bit near the perforations.
I have now listened to this podcast, though the simple word “listening” doesn’t do it justice. I have now revelled in the endless and multi-faceted delights of this podcast.
It is an all-time great. I’m so proud of us right now.
I also listened to it intently and with a superb amount of gusto. Chris gets extra points for slamming Kev after slamming our questionable ideas.
It had to be said. What I liked best, though, was that there was no answer to the slam. The slam wafted off Kev like a lost tissue off a windy beach. We just moved straight on. And rightly so.
I am slam-repellent, like a freshly waterproofed boot.
I do however, like the comedic value of a bacon washing line.
As do I. I’d like to think it’s on a pulley, as well, so your bacon could travel safely and conveniently from the bacon unpacking area of the kitchen to the bacon cooking zone.
Come on guys, when have you ever known me not to take advantage of a situation with some kind of pulley system?
You’re right. Anything involving pulling is irresistible to you. Pulleys, pullovers, doors labelled “pull”, pull-ups, etc etc. Whenever we reach anything where pulling is involved we might as well leave you to it because you’ll be there for the day.
Cry me a river, it’s definitely gonna happen.