Sometimes things go wrong. We all have the occasional “off” days. That goes for Chefs, too; although they are professional food experts, you must see that occasionally not everything is perfect. Part of mastering the arts of cooking and baking comes from making errors. The key to any “failed” attempt is how you react and what you do about it. You could have easily cried over those chickens, tossed up your hands, and said dinner was ruined. However, that was not an option in your mind. It is a matter of keeping calm and being creative to save the meal. A compilation of recipes by Eleanor Gaccetta, features some chicken dishes. The solids (chunks of vegetables and possibly meat) can fall to the bottom and burn if the heat is extremely high and you walk away for a few minutes without stirring the pot…