our new camera – boon or curse?

You’ve probably guessed that I’m pretty excited about having this camera. However, the bad thing about it is that whether the image is blurred or in focus, the camera doesn’t lie. And as I started noticing that the stovetop wasn’t as clean as I thought it was…

ewwww I mean really. Take a close look at the first image. Look at that disgusting brown stuff burnt onto the edge of the burner! Look at all those spatters of brown burnt onto the sides of the kettle! Revolting.
But baking soda, vinegar and elbow grease has remedied the situation and I can now hold my head up high again (until I suddenly notice the brown sludge creeping back into the pictures)

Tonight’s dinner isn’t going to help… we’re having dhansak, onion pulao and aloo gobi.

Hehheh, from the aromas wafting from the kitchen, I think it might be worth the sacrifice.

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