I was cooking up a fresh batch of hummingbird syrup—something I do every two or three days during the summer months. I had just removed the pot of boiling syrup from the stove and was pouring it into a pitcher in the sink, when the pot slipped and boiling hot syrup spilled all over my left hand and my clothing.
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