What Not to Cook Naked, Part 2

In the kitchen, there's no undo button after undoing all the buttons


Whether you're celebrating Valentine's Day, an anniversary, or just feeling frisky, cooking in the buff may seem like a great idea. Heck, it's even downright convenient; after all, who wants to put on clothes just to fry up some eggs in the morning?

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But it can turn out to be a recipe for pain or just plain embarrassment, and suddenly all the romance in the air will just shrivel up like a pair of vienna sausages in a hot frying pan, faster than you squeak out "I love you?" apologetically.

The last time we came up with a list of what not to cook naked, it was a huge hit. So we couldn't help but tease out a few more foods to avoid cooking au naturel, not only as a public service announcement, but to see what folks have to say from experience. We polled members of our staff, the Culinary Content Network, and the Internet at large for suggestions on anything with disastrous potential. Names have been withheld where appropriate.


Will Budiaman is the Recipe Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow him on Twitter @WillBudiaman.