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Ever get kinda nervous while you’re watching a cook chop away at veggies on television? Well, we are sorry to report that particular nightmare has actually transpired.
BBC Saturday Kitchen host Donal Skehan sustained a nasty cut on his finger during a show on this week’s broadcast with cook Jun Tanaka and comedian Julian Clary.
Amazingly, Skehan scarcely cringed when Tanaka asked him if he’d cut himself, he simply said, “I’m fine. We’ll merely cracking on through.” Imagine.
They did indeed finish the segment Clary eventually handed Skehan a towel with which to wrap his extremely bloody wound.
“Nothing like a bit of blood on a Saturday morning simply to get you alive and kicking, ” Skehan said.
And the internet is very impressed with his professionalism.
He did so well not to swear. Bless him.
Adam Leigh (@ adamleigh2 5) July 15, 2017
Shiiiiiit he a better boy than me
PaidHuncho (@ donG2wild) July 15, 2017
Later, Skehan thanked his adoring( and obsessed) public for their kind tweets. “Key is as always to KEEP BLOODY GOING! ” he wrote.
Yes, yes. Bloody going indeed.
There is something undeniably mesmerizing about watching our favorite foods reached in their teeniest, tiniest form.
From fancy Italian foods to dessert specialties, there are so many mini meat videos it’s hard to know where to start.
Fear not – we’ve rounded up all the best minuscule foods videos from around the web for your viewing pleasure.
This tiny lasagna is not only adorable, but it actually seems delicious.
This video had us at the 5 noodles…and the minuscule cheese grater.
Welcome to a tiny fancy restaurant.
A cheeseburger, waldorf salad, coleslaw, and cake all in one? This video is the minuscule food Mecca.
Here’s a portion size we’d never feel guilty about.
What starts off as one slice of bread was becoming beautiful mini creation.
Even tinier appetizer that’s additional satisfying.
I mean, can you even?
The perfect tiny recipe for a cold day.
How did we live before this peewee beaker of soy sauce?
We’ll take twenty dishes, please.
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