Everyone who knows me knows I love to eat and I love to cook. I am excellent at eating, but when it comes to cooking, well let's just say my husband refers to me as "Lucy" (Lucille Ball) in the kitchen. I burn myself. I get splattered with grease and suffer nicks and cuts from pots, pans and oven racks. And this happens over and over again on different days with different meals in different circumstance. Unfortunately, I suffer from "Burnisitis Syndrome" -- the tendency to be in such a rush that you burn yourself on anything that's hot. (And that includes not only pots and pans but curling irons!)
Of course I made up the term "burnisitis." But not the part about being an impatient person who is still learning the fine techniques of slowing down and being more careful. I am the queen of multi-tasking. When I cook, I usually also watch CNN, answer e-mails on my laptop, load and unload laundry and answer phone calls. This is a big part of the reason why I burn myself so often.
My guess is there are plenty of other chefs who move in the ninety-mile-per-hour mode that are also plagued with "Burnisitis Syndrome." And now I'm here to help. I've found a great product that takes the place of traditional methods such as icing, slathering on aloe or applying burn spray or Neosporin. Just a dab of Burn Cream MD promotes quick healing and minimal scarring. Visit www.BurnCreamMD.com for more information and take the pain away from kitchen accidents.