There are two things that come with cooking: good food and a mess to clean up. For every baking project, every dinner party, even every one-pot meal made for you and you alone, there are also splatters and spills and stray ingredients in strange corners of your stove. Sure, it would be nice if the rule of “whoever doesn’t cook is on dish duty” solved everything, but simply washing pots and pans never really cuts it. Here are some tips to help tackle the post-cooking mess.
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