Jennifer Garner Put her Kitchen on Fire! She was Cooking for Christmas

By | December 31, 2021

Jennifer Garner Put her Kitchen on Fire! She was Cooking for Christmas

Jennifer Garner almost put her kitchen on fire, while cooking! The 49-year-old actress was trying to make Ina Garten’s beef bourguignon but admitted things got a little out of her control and she narrowly avoided a disaster.

Jennifer Garner shared a video on Instagram of the fire and wrote: “The thing about traditions-all you do to give them meaning is keep them. I don’t know when I started making @inagarten’s beef bourguignon (from Barefoot in Paris) for Christmas, it was long enough ago that the smell of this perfect stew makes me feel happy, cosy, and relaxed (until I almost lit the kitchen on fire-Ina would never!). Maybe this will make sense for your New Year’s Eve, but wherever this weekend takes you-we wish you a healthy, a joyful, and a peaceful New Year. #PretendCookingShow.”

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Food author Ina, 73, replied to her post to admit she had almost done the same in the past, writing: “That’s my favourite!!! And I almost set the kitchen on fire every time! Happy New Year!!! Love you (sic).”

Jennifer is a huge fan of Ina and admitted she had gotten to spend time cooking with her idol.

She shared a picture on Instagram and wrote: “I understand if this brings up big feelings for you, but I spent the morning with @inagarten. In her barn kitchen, in her garden, having coffee… yes. It’s true. I even got a sneak peek of the new Barefoot Contessa cookbook- #CookLikeAPro- it’s fabulous. Thank you for the perfect morning, Ina, you are beloved for a reason. I can’t wait to continue the conversation, Jen. #sheseverythingwewanthertobe #luckyme (sic).”

Jennifer Garner Get Embarrassed

Jennifer recently has done another wrong act, sending a selfie of herself to the wrong number. She had tried to send a photo of herself to Carl Lumbly, her former co-star, to mark 20 years since the show’s pilot aired. However, she was left embarrassed when the photo was sent to a stranger.

She shared a screenshot of her chat with the stranger; she had sent a selfie, writing: “Carl–this is Jen G. Here comes proof.” She also wrote in the caption of her post: “You know the one time you take a selfie to prove to someone you’re you? And get a ‘wrong number’ message just as it’s gone out into the world? Well, it’s humbling, isn’t it.”