So the other day I saw a recipe for microwave cheesecake-type stuff that one can make in a minute. Intrigued, I decided to give it a shot.
It should be noted that cheesecake, while delicious, has two ingredients that I am viscerally opposed to in almost every other setting: cream cheese (except when mixed with a pound and a half of powdered sugar) and, most horrifically, sour cream. I loathe sour cream. When I opened the yogurt cup-sized container I bought for the purpose, a tiny bit got on my finger and I almost had a panic attack. I survived, somehow, and measured out the required couple of tablespoons. The problem is, now there is a measuring spoon in my sink, coated with sour cream. I don't want to wash it. I don't want to touch it. It bothers me to know that it's there.
Is anyone willing to come to my place and either clean a measuring spoon or throw it away? Frankly, I don't care which you do—whatever you prefer works for me.