Q: I have light colored wood kitchen cabinets. They have a film of dusty cooking grease on them. What is the best product or way to clean them? I have tried soap and water with a non-scratching scrubber, but the results weren't satisfactory.
Q: I am heading to Pittsburgh this weekend from Toronto. After hearing so much about Trader Joe's from your readers, I've decided to make it one of my must-see destinations. What are the best products that I should buy? (Keep in mind that I have to cross the border again, so I can't buy dairy or produce.)
Q: I have been making my own caramel coffee syrup and keep it out on my coffee bar, but would like to have a nicer looking label than an empty bottle that holds brown liquid. Any ideas on an easy labeling method that looks good enough to keep out?
Q: I ordered black knobs and pulls for our newly painted cabinets. However, after decorating above the cabinets I'm liking the clean, simple look. My question: hardware or no hardware? I would appreciate any help.
Q: Thanks to my very small kitchen (and because I like to display them), I keep my enameled cast-iron Dutch oven and tea kettle (which I think is some sort of enamel as well...it's a vintage piece that belonged to my grandparents) on the stovetop most of the time. As a result, they get more than their fair share of grease splatters and other food stains.