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Leena Eats: Pizza in the Hospital Waiting Room

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Leena Eats: Pizza in the Hospital Waiting Room
This WAS going to be a delicious healthy dinner made of butternut squash and parmesan pasta sauce topped with bacon and chives. WAS.

In this episode of Leena Eats, I tell you exactly how to have a pretty bad kitchen accident.

Step one: Work really hard on a new recipe and delicious dinner for your family.

Step two: Have a glass of wine.

Step three: decide last minute that the photo needs a hint of chive for the blog, then grab your sharpest knife and proceed to hack off half of your index finger nail. Why? BECAUSE YOU SHOULD NOT COOK INTOXICATED. And You knew this.

Step four: Swing by the local pizza shop on the way to the hospital to pick up a slice (send husband in so you don’t drip blood everywhere). This is because you know you will wait for four hours in the emergency room only to have the doctor say, “Damn, that looks like it hurts” and “there is nothing I can do. This is gonna suck.”. And that slice of pizza in your belly will prevent you from murdering the entire waiting room when you finally hear that news.

Step five: enjoy the next three months, which will generally suck, especially when trying to type. Thank god you are not a writer. OH wait…

~LTG!

Leena Eats: Pizza in the Hospital Waiting Room

8 Comments

  1. leenatrivedi23

    12 Feb ’10

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    A-lo~Maybe more like two months. Takes forever to grow the nail back!

  2. leenatrivedi23

    12 Feb ’10

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    A-lo~Maybe more like two months. Takes forever to grow the nail back!

  3. LeenaEats

    3 Mar ’10

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    Meg~Sadly, after nearly cutting my finger off, the pasta just didn't seem that appetizing to me. But my husband ate it and loved it!
    Doris T. Goat~ I do play piano. But as a veteran cook, I've learned…all cuts heal.

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