Here’s a question for the few people who are going to read this. I swear this is a real question and not just an attempt to drum up comments (though, y’know, please comment!).
Many of my favorite kitchen tools are things that can’t go through the dishwasher or really even get scrubbed down all that easily. Which of these do you think I can rescue somehow, and which should I replace?
- cast-iron skillets, well-seasoned
- pizza stone
- wooden cutting boards
- pasta maker (Be honest: will I ever make my own GF pastas, or can this sit on a shelf until the boys go to overnight camp and their sister and dad and I have a gluten fiesta?)
In related news, I’m seeking an adoptive home for most of a can of baking spray, 4.5 pounds of white whole wheat flour and 1.5 pounds of cake flour (maybe I could save that someplace for my birthday?). All-purpose flour isn’t on that list because of the secret cookies I just made for me and James. If we ration them they’ll last 4 days.