I Love Cheese, But...
I've mentioned elsewhere that spaghetti alla carbonara is a very favorite dish.
I use the SeriousEats.com recipe that includes using a large bowl to combine all the ingredients to make the final dish. I use a stainless steel bowl with the cooked meat, fat, olive oil, egg, pepper, cooked pasta and cheese. It sits over the pot of boiling water and is stirred for the final emulsification step.
When that's done, I empty the food into a dish and stuff my face. There's usually a glass or two of wine and a veggie involved. When I'm done I clean up and load the dishwasher.
Just one problem. There is a cheese/(egg?) residue that is CEMENTED to the SS bowl and frustrates me with how difficult it is to remove. My usual process now is that I fill the bowl with hot soapy water and leave it until morning when it's quite a bit easier to remove but still really not what I'd call "easy".
How do you all deal with stubborn cheese residue?
"If you want to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first create the universe." -Carl Sagan