We've been having a bit of a debate - my approach to washing up is to get hot, clean, soapy water and then to wash cutlery, plates, bowls and glasses first, before moving on to crockery and finally anything that was contaminated with raw meat. This way, there is no risk of the raw meat juices contaminating stuff like drinking glasses.
My wife says that this is nonsense and OCD - she will quite happily use my washing up water to wash her raw meat hands in before I've had the chance to wash plates and glasses etc. Her view is: -It's hot and soapy - anything bad will die -She is still alive despite doing this her whole life.
I've explained that it's possible to get ill without dying, but as you can imagine, this did not help matters!
So - over to you guys - am I going over the top with my approach to food hygiene?