Q: I just moved to a new apartment with roommates. While it has a great location and size, the kitchen is ancient (like Victorian, last remodeled in the 40s ancient) and postage stamp-sized. In addition, the oven in our giant enamel gas stove doesn't work.
Q: I am lucky enough to live within walking distance of multiple grocery stores, but I can't drive. On top of that, I have a chronic lack of energy, and I use a cane. It can be hard to pick up all we need; I can only carry so much with one hand!
Q: Whenever my partner and I order Chinese or Asian takeaway, we get large bags of free shrimp chips/prawn crackers. I don't like wasting food, so I have been keeping them fresh in the refrigerator, but they're starting to pile up. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can use them for cooking?
Q: We're just back from Italy and had a wonderful trip. We bought some pizza cutters with beautiful ceramic painted handles, and put them in our carry-on bag, totally forgetting they wouldn't make it through security (I know, so silly on our part). Obviously they took them.
Q: What's the best drip coffee maker out there? We've been using a crappy Mr. Coffee that we've had to replace pretty much once a year. We grind our own coffee each morning. I love coffee; I can't function in the mornings without it, and this is a serious problem for me.