We have glass doors in the master bath. I had read somewhere that you can delay the need to clean by using a squigee on them. I got one for a buck or so and it's been doing pretty well. But they still got soap scum on them that was not coming off. I tried my tried and true favorite, vinegar with little to no results. I switched to something that was given to us when we moved in Spic and Span Everyday and that worked less well than the vinegar. Our cat was sick in Hannah's bathroom before he passed away and Hannah was complaining about the smell, even though I had already used the Spic and Span in there, I asked Joel to bring something home from the store to clean up the house. What he came home with was Lysol All Purpose Cleaner 4in1. It cleaned out the soap scum and hard water stains as if they were child's play. I'm looking forward to trying it in the kitchen and seeing what it does for our bacon lovin' stove. I highly recommend it!
I celebrated my birthday last weekend. It was wonderful and the leftovers left me with a question or two. Find out what they are and how I'm currently answering them in this week's podcast. Stories from the Kitchen Season 2, Episode 2: Taste and See Notes from the episode: Taste and See by Margaret Feinberg Dad’s New York Cheesecake (from the back of a Philidelphia Cream Cheese package) 1 ⅞ cups graham cracker crumbs ¼ to ½ cup butter, melted 1 cup sugar, divided 2 lbs cream cheese (4 packs) 2 large eggs (lightly beaten) 1 tsp vanilla 2 tbsp cornstarch 1 cup sour cream Preheat oven to 450F Mix well graham crackers, 2 tbsp sugar, and enough butter that the mixture holds together. Reserve 2 tbsp for garnish. Press mixture onto bottom and sides of a greased 9-inch springform pan. Chill in the freezer while preparing the filling. Mix cream cheese and sugar until smooth and light. Beat in eggs, vanilla, and cornstarch until just blended. S