A step too fahrenheit

I am currently cooking two frozen beef and bean burritos (38 cents each) in the microwave. Allow me to quote from the package:

4) Check that burrito is cooked thoroughly. Internal temperature needs to reach 165°F as measured by a food thermometer in several spots.

All of those who plan to check the temperature of their 38-cent burrito in several spots with a food thermometer, please raise your hands.

I thought so.

6 thoughts on “A step too fahrenheit

  1. Are additional instructions provided for those who wish to take the extra gourmet step of adding a half a slice of american cheese to the top of the burrito?

  2. That made me laugh out loud. No small feat, considering I'm sicker than I've been in a long time, but that was really just hilarious!!!

  3. me and you both, Jennifer. hope you feel better soon…

    martha stewart i am not, i don't even OWN a meat thermometer. but there are several bean and cheese burritos in my freezer!

  4. Thanks for such a great post.
    I will definitely be sharing this with my family and friends.
    I can’t wait to get my artificial Christmas tree out and start decorating it.
    Wishing you all the best this holiday season and I’ll be coming back often to read your blog.

  5. ROFL!

    Does it squish when you touch it? Is stuff oozing out the ends? Done! ;)

  6. ROFL!

    Does it squish when you touch it? Is stuff oozing out the ends? Done! ;)

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