Q: How do you scent your kitchen after cooking? Without a hood, we find our kitchen and much of our house smells like our dinner.
Any special stovetop stir-ups that are better than, say, a candle or spray?
Sent by Kim
Editor: Kim, some of us swear by cinnamon, and others do the old baking-soda-in-a-Crock-Pot trick. I try to open a window or even a door whenever things get really bad, and even turn on a box fan to aim shoo greasy smells outside.
Here are a few more ideas, too:
Readers, what are the best ways you've found to air out or freshen up a stinky kitchen?