I set my favorite enamel pan for fruit crisps on the table, and Cookie immediately stepped into it and did her thing, fitting herself into it at different angles, having a little bath, then finally having a nap. The pan meets her exacting specifications.
This position came after a few other tests, such as the first and most obvious fit. This left too much room in some areas and was therefore unsatisfactory.
One of the most important tests of any pan is whether or not one can bathe in it. Apparently this pan passes the test as Cookie gave herself a full bath.
“Could you just leave me alone to have my nap now?”
I’m sure there will be more, in the meantime, here are other posts featuring In the Kitchen With Cookie.
And don’t miss the calendar featuring these and other photos, “In the Kitchen With Cookie”! This particular photo will also have my special recipe for Crabapple Crisp.
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