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Salt, Sugar. Teaspoon, Tablespoon. What's the Difference?

There are 30 comments on the WLTX Columbia story from Mar 4, 2008, titled Salt, Sugar. Teaspoon, Tablespoon. What's the Difference?. In it, WLTX Columbia reports that:

With my first blogs, I was so preoccupied with my flooded house, that I forgot to explain my page.

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George of the Jungle

Elgin, SC

#1 Mar 4, 2008
That story is too funny!! I can only imagine what that shrimp tasted like!! Gross! Anyway, keep trying and keep the funny stories rolling.


#2 Mar 5, 2008
Don't feel bad. I have survived 7 years of marriage without being able to magically become the wonderful cook that my mom has always been. Luckily, I have a loving and understanding husband who looks past my coooking skills!

Sumter, SC

#3 Mar 5, 2008
Andrea, that is so funny about the salt and sugar. I really enjoy reading these blogs! Keep them coming!

United States

#4 Mar 5, 2008
I spent an entire Sunday afternoon cooking a big pot of Brunswick Stew only to ruin it at the last moment by accidentally picking up the Soy Sauce bottle instead of the Worchestershire Sauce.

Duluth, GA

#5 Mar 5, 2008
oh poor did you cook at only laughing because I can overwhelms me to say the least...and i am praying the old saying isnt true because if food is the only way to a man's heart, I am OUT OF LUCK....i guess you are living proof there are detour signs!!!

Great blog

Columbia, SC

#6 Mar 5, 2008
You are the best!!

Columbia, SC

#7 Mar 5, 2008

You stated that you and Darci shop at Macy's.

Does WLTX give you all a clothing allowance or does it come out of your personal spending account(paycheck)?

Also, you are too talented to be at WLTX!!!!

Columbia, SC

#8 Mar 5, 2008
Andrea don't give up, just watch the Food Network and it will help you. Paula Deen is easy for me and Sandra Lee. They use things that are in your home most of the time.Just know that from this point forward we won't be laughing at you, but we will be laughing with you.Now I truly understand why you are always so hungry on the set of Friends @ Five. But just know that we the Military Wives of Shaw AFB and the USA (Ret & Active) love and support you whether you can cook or not.
DJ Friends at Five buddy


#9 Mar 5, 2008
Andrea there is a big difference in tbs, and tsp. Go bye the directions in your book. Sometimes you can measure out how much salt, sugar and butter your food needs. Sometimes I guess on how much salt to add to my food,but it's not enough. You can always add season to some of your food when it's cooked. I will get you to that cooking stage one day.

Georgetown, SC

#10 Mar 6, 2008
Sounds like one of my earlier tries. I was making a Southwestern quiche and it called for green chiles. I went to the store and bought what I thought was green chiles and came home all excited to make my quiche. Well one bite into it and we both spit it out. I had mistakenly bought jalapenos instead of green chiles. We laughed as we spit it out and tried to give some to the dog. She tried it too but couldn't eat it because it was too hot for her. We called it fire pie and have laughed about it ever since. That's the great thing about cooking. There are some mistakes you only make once then you learn.
Kimberly Hancock

Lexington, SC

#11 Mar 6, 2008
I watch your show 5 days a week. And i realy like friend at 5!!!!!
Kimberly Hancock

Lexington, SC

#12 Mar 6, 2008
I just wanted to tell you dont stop doing friends at 5!!!!!!!!! I need to tell my mom about Midlands THANK!!!!!!!!!!
Kimberly Hancock

Lexington, SC

#13 Mar 6, 2008
I like friends at 5!!!!!!!!!
Kimberly Hancock

Lexington, SC

#14 Mar 6, 2008
I like friends at 5
Kimberly Hancock

Lexington, SC

#15 Mar 6, 2008
friends at 5 are great

“Has anyone seen my duct tape?”

Since: Mar 08

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#16 Mar 6, 2008
We get it Kimberly Hancock. Move on.

United States

#17 Mar 6, 2008
Andrea dont worry
I've been married for 4 yrs now and I still make burned meals and salt instead of sugar. Here is a helpful hint buy frozen and make it look pretty and tell him you cooked it.:) it works!

Akron, OH

#18 Mar 6, 2008
Andrea, love your stories. Skip cooking and eat out!!
Andy Garland

Decatur, GA

#19 Mar 7, 2008
my cooking is terrible i fried hamburger meat for tacos okay.Sausage pork or beef i couldnt fry that.Chicken neither for me because i would burn it or not cook it right

Pageland, SC

#20 Mar 8, 2008
hi andrea i lik ur blog it is so cool and u r 2

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