Saturday, I made the best pot of broccoli cheese soup that I have ever tasted! Nothing low cal about it! Tons of cheese, ham broth, whipping cream, broccoli. It was so good! We ate it for lunch and dinner. Saturday night, I went to an auction (a photo post coming soon!) and left the pot of soup on the back burner of the stove (Don't be a smartass! The stove was off!) When I got home, it was late. I unloaded the car and went to bed.
The next morning, the pot was still on the stove. We were rushing off to church and I didn't stop to put it in the fridge. Last night, the pot was still there. I knew we weren't going to eat it now, but wasn't sure what to do with it. So, I left the pot on the back burner.
This morning, a decision had to be made! The smell gave me the boost I needed. The odor was so bad, I'm surprised the air wasn't green! Cabbage, collards, old farts all mixed together. There has to be a solid form of this odor somewhere in the house.
I poured the sludge into the trash can, tied the bag, put it in the outdoor trash can, tied that bag, put it in the truck and took it to the dump. The smell lingers.
I've sprayed pumpkin Febreeze. It just enhanced the cabbage smell. I've left doors open. I'm burning candles. Nothing is working! I think I'm going to have to call the fire department and get them to bring the giant fan that blows all the smoke out of your house after you burn a pot of hummingbird food!
I'm accepting advice on chasing away a truly unpleasant odor!