In the dangerous kitchen

Look at those needles.

(shadow courtesy craptastic photography)

Aren’t they beautiful? Aren’t they simply cunning? So sharp, shiny, and perfect in the package. I just got them today.

About the same time I needed to test a cheesecake for doneness.

I don’t own any skewers.


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7 Responses to In the dangerous kitchen

  1. Maggie says:

    Double zeros, logs? Oh my. I’ve got big hands and I find my plain old single zeros uncomfortable to manipulate.

  2. kbsalazar says:

    Double zeros? Huge. Logs. Triples and quads make my sock heart beat. Plus they’re both great for developing an impervious callous on the tip of my left middle finger. Not that having one is a goal to be desired, unless of course one wants to continue knitting with the quads or triples…

  3. Dr. Steph says:

    What the hell else would you use teeny metal needles for? They fall out of socks.

    And ya, where’s the food porn?

  4. JoVE says:

    And was it done? And was it tasty? Are you sharing?

  5. claudia says:

    What? No 0000′s????

  6. Vivienne says:

    Uncooked spaghetti makes a good cake tester, and the bit you use can be broken off so as not to compromise the next test (and the next, and the one after that – unless that’s just my oven).

  7. Esther says:

    Sure hope you’ll let us know what you purchased these ‘skewers’ for! Of course after the cheesecake’s been tested. They sure are fine needles!
    Thank you very much for the toque pattern.