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How to Wash the Dishes

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How to Wash the Dishes by Peter Miller
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Mar 03, 2020 | ISBN 9781611807622

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“The most delightful book we’ve seen all year.”—Evan Kleiman, host of KCRW’s Good Food
 
“A cheeky little book you’ll want to take a look at. . . . Peter Miller flips the drag of washing dishes on its head: [he] promises that with just a little more knowledge, washing the dishes hardly has to be a dreaded chore.”—Chowhound
 
“Author Peter Miller says it best in How to Wash the Dishes, his sweet little ode to the daily kitchen activity so many of us tend to gloss over: ‘Find a dish towel that you love the look and feel of. It is, in a way, both a scarf and a tool for a working kitchen, bringing pattern and color but also working as hard as any sauté pan.’ I think that’s what Marie Kondo means about sparking joy.”—Christina Chaey, Bon Appetit

“A jewel-box of a book. . . . Who doesn’t love a writer who can take the prosaic and turn it into poetry? . . . That’s exactly what Peter Miller does with How to Wash the Dishes. . . . [The book] is smart, funny, and packed with idiosyncratic observations. There’s also more than a touch of the romantic. . . . And if you have no interest whatsoever in dishwashing, there are also three recipes included—including one for a very good omelet.”—Arati Menon, Food52

“How is it that reading a book on washing the dishes could offer such pleasure? How to Wash the Dishes, by Seattle design and architectural bookstore owner Peter Miller, is a tiny, perfect book that offers just what its title proclaims, with a side dish of calm. In serene and measured prose, Miller reminds us that. . . . great satisfaction can come from. . . . focusing on the task at hand, not rushing, not thinking too much of other things.”—BookPage

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