Sponge or dishcloth? Creating zen while washing the kitchen dishes

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For many, the new year is about wiping the slate clean. It all starts with a bowl of sudsy water and a stack of dirty dishes. From there, Peter Miller describes the kitchen as an operating room and elevates the chore of cleaning up after meals to luxury status. As safer-at-home orders started in March, Good Food re-aired Miller’s anecdotes over the little things he has learned while standing over the kitchen sink. They’re from his book, “ How to Wash the Dishes .” Ten months later, the dishes are still stacking up.

The cover of “How to Wash the Dishes.” Photo credit: Roost Books.



Evan Kleiman