The Male Guide To Washing Up

{6 Comments}

6 Comments…

 Share your views
  1. Oh no. No real frying pan (cast iron, copper or stainless steel) should not be cleaned in this way. No soap, ever. Not sure why soap would be required ever for cleaning teflon pans.

    Wrong on all levels. -9000.

    • Eve McHuron October 29, 2017

      I throw my cast iron pots and pans in the wood stove. Then when I come home all I have to do is a light rinse to wash the ash off.

  2. What a BS. No real man would care to “place in hot soapy water”. We just toss it into the dishwasher and hope for the best.

  3. Place pan on lit stove, when hot enough to kill germs, add meat, cook in residue, refer to result as “artisanal cuisine”, over-charge customer.

Leave a Comment

Name and email is required. Your email address will not be published.