You know, I thought if someone could write a whole movie about grease, I could certainly write one little post about it. Grease is not the homemaker's friend when it comes to cleaning. Since I tend to be a "stove top" chef, I am constantly wiping up greasy splatters in the kitchen. I start a number of my edible delights with sauteed onions, garlic and red peppers - the basis for making anything taste good, even if it's a hastily prepared meal. The downside is that the buttery goodness ain't so good when it's sprayed all over the top of the stove and adjacent counter. Particularly the next day. Blech.
Today's Small Thing is to do a de-greasing cleaning of your stove top area. Pay attention to the backsplash, under the knobs and of course, those crusty drip pans. I like to use warm water to soften the gook, followed by something like Bam to wipe up the greasy spills. I like lots of paper towels for this job.
When my stove top is sparkling, I feel inspired to eat out. That might be a sweet reward for having a gourmet-level of clean for one day.
Take a picture.
POINTS: 40 for de-greasing the stove top area