Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Done Washing Up


Honestly, I can't fathom how and why the little cooking I do results in this mountain! My help, S, has to deal with it, and sure enough, on days such as this, quite a few dishes have little crusts of green dishwash soap on them. I guess I should be happy I don't live in a country where I'd have to deal with this myself. But, when it comes to manual (and not machine) labour, I'd do the dishes rather than wash clothes. Any day.

This goes to Susan's B & W Wednesday.

12 comments:

  1. This pic reminds me of my mom's and sis kitchen in India. Love the pic, you come with some unusual pic for the event.

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  2. Nice click,reminds me of kitchen in India,.here I have to do on my own,..:)

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  3. i can make out a mixer jar, a kadai and and a pressure cooker lid. And I too wonder the same thing sometimes, how can thr be so many dishes! love your pic.

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  4. nice click! just looking at washed plates and an empty sink gives me a sense of achievement and satisfaction

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  5. That the sink is clean now makes me happy

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  6. ...and I thought you are doing an ad for a dish washing soap bar! Same story here as well...my kitchen sink never gets empty..wish the same happened with my wallet also ;-)

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  7. Your photo made me laugh, Sra, since a few weeks back I posted one of my sink full of post-cooking disorder ;) I also sometimes wonder, but not for too long: I prefer to focus on the end product and then I think it's all worth it. Very nice shot!

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  8. Happy, Shri, Notyet, La, Sarah, Bong Mom, Sanjeeta, Simona, thank you. May our sinks always be clean and our wallets always be full.
    Simona, I had just finished in the kitchen and this looked like it would reach the ceiling if I added any more to it. Taking a picture of it sitting on the floor (for the perspective/to make it sort-of-larger-than-life) seemed to be the most natural thing to do once I had that thought. And soon after that, I remembered your picture!

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  9. Oooh, I'd like to have dinner at your house!! Judging from the number of pots and pans, there is wonderful variation.

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  10. That's some tower of tin, Sra. ; )
    Actually, it looks pretty similar to my own. Even though we have a dishwasher, many things need hand washing. Thanks for your tell-it-like-it-is BWW shot.

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