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  1. Oh, man, what a writing prompt!

    Yes, I was the Christmas cooker for the turkey one year and, oh, I had a big’un. This was before I just automatically put everything into a cooking bag (highly recommended). I had that bad boy in a big old open roasting pan. And when I pulled out the shelf to take a peak, the juices sloshed over and splashed onto the glowing red hot electric elements at the bottom of the oven.

    It combusted. Red and orange flames blossomed up, engulfing the bird. I shrieked, and I would like to say that I reacted with a cool, logical, Spockish manner, calculating that shoving the bird back into the oven and slamming shut the door would immediately starve the flames of oxygen and douse the fire.

    But I can’t. I did exactly the right thing, but in a spasm of panic, not cool reason.

    Anyways, it worked. the flames went out, and we had a really nice, smoked turkey for Christmas. The End.

  2. With the powers of Hangry Fork and Writing Prompt combined…
    The only time we’ve had an oven fire, we were cooking bacon. It was doused relatively quickly with a fire extinguisher, but only afterward did we learn they make specific extinguishers for use in the kitchen, because the usual stuff is toxic to eat (and/or bake). So yeah, it probably took a couple hours to scrub and sanitize the oven to a point where we felt safe using it again.

    And hey, DIY isn’t nearly as difficult as you think, most of the time. Just stay away from band saws.

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