Sunday, June 10, 2012
If R cooks Asian food, we eat with chopsticks from Asian crockery. I once meekly questioned why we need to do it, especially using chopsticks when someone has invented the fork, but I know better than to say anything negative about cooked meals or even the way they are served.
We use two of the four stacked bowls to put rice in from the big bowl with the lid and then other food into the bowls with the rice. I have recently discovered we have a crockery rotation problem. When I empty the dishwasher, I put the two used and clean bowls under the unused ones, so that all bowls are used over two meals. Well, that is what I thought.
I have recently learnt that R does his crockery rotation at the beginning of the cycle and when serving, he takes the two bottom bowls to use, assuming I have placed the most recently used ones on top.
It is quite possible that the two top bowls have not been used or washed for years.
We haz not hav good communications at times.