Home

Ok, some fun…  Ode to a Burned Meal – Photo and Story Contest
Carbonificator.com was born, as my wife and I would enjoy deep conversation, accidently burning our dinner. Rather than get angry, we would joke… “We burned the food again.” As my wife is from Europe, she will sometimes “Invent” a word.
Thus, via “Invention” of a word, to make light of a burned meal, the word “Carbonification” was born.
I know that we are not alone. In fact, thousands of house fires begin in the kitchen. Carbonificator Photo and Story Contest We will be running a contest through the end of December. You are invited to upload a photo of your “Carbonification Event”, along with a full story.
**Injuries or House fires may not be submitted, as there is no humor in such events. **Carbonificator Photo and Story Contests are for real burned food stories that do not end in injury or loss of property.
If you have a story of an accidental Carbonification event, perhaps some photos, we would love to share it. Have fun, be safe, and Carbonificate with Caution!
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Carbonificator/499163023457161

 

Occasionally, while cooking, my wife and I will be in conversation and accidently  allow the food to burn.  Rather than get angry, we would joke… “We burned the food again.”  As my wife is from Europe, she will sometimes “Invent” a word.

Thus, via “Invention” of a word, to make light of a burned meal, the word “Carbonification” was born.

A word search revealed that it was already in the dictionary:

carbonification: English
Noun: carbonification
1.  (geology) The conversion of organic plant matter into coal over time
Src: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/carbonification

In continutation of our light-hearted approach to this (sometimes) common household activity, we have created Carbonificator.com.

If you have a recipe to share, not intended for Carbonification, we would love to share it.

If you have a story of an accidental Carbonification event, perhaps some photos, we would love to share it.

Have fun, be safe, and Carbonificate with Caution!

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Subscribe to RSS Feed Follow me on Twitter!