What Have You Been Most Surprised (or Embarrassed) to Learn in the Kitchen?
This question was prompted by a really great NPR story about things people were surprised to learn as adults. Some examples: a writer who used the word nonplussed incorrectly for years, and a home cook who didn’t know the difference between a rutabaga and a turnip.
→ Read (and listen to) the whole story here: I Was Absent That Day at NPR
“Stuff You Can’t Believe You Just Figured Out” is always a rich topic of conversation and we’d love to hear your stories of this in the kitchen. What made you slap your head or say, “I can’t believe I didn’t know that!!”
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