April Fools

I’m not much for the standard pranking that happens on April 1st.  As a kid the occasional harmless prank was fun (I managed to sneak a baggy of ice cubes into the toe of one of my mom’s shoes one year, she screamed when her toes found it), but these days it seems that the pranking just gets wilder and wilder, and more likely to get someone hurt.

However King Arthur Flour has been doing a yearly blog on April 1st that I enjoy quite a bit.  It’s easy to think of a professional kitchen as a place where everything goes right.  But sometimes things go wrong!  Click the link at the bottom of the post to see the previous years posts!

2 Comments

  1. Comment by Rain Frances:

    Hi Ruth 🙂 I hated April Fool’s since I can remember. The kids were simply nasty and wanted to go beyond fooling you, it was all about humiliation and trying to hurt you. I’m glad that’s all over with. That King Arthur post is great, looks like some of my fails too lol!

  2. Comment by bogie:

    That was good for a laugh – and making me hungry!