skillet.lifehacker.com'Shining Your Sink' Will Make Your Life BetterKitchen sinks are usually thought of as something that you clean things in, not something that needs cleaning itself, but Organizational guru Marla Cilley—also known as the Fly Lady—swears that a sparkling sink is the key to a happier, more organized kitchen.
skillet.lifehacker.comWhat Don't You Clean in Your Kitchen?Hello, and welcome back to What’s Cooking?, the open thread where you get to share your brilliant thoughts, advice, recipes, and opinions on all things food-related. This week I want to talk about cleaning, or rather, those things you don’t (or rarely) clean.
skillet.lifehacker.comGet Your Kitchen Company-Ready in 10 MinutesI like company. I don’t even mind unexpected, last-minute, “hey, I’m in your neighborhood” company. In fact, if I am home, I am almost always ready to receive guests, but my kitchen is another story. But even if there is a pile of dishes in the sink and a weird smell hovering in the air, I can get it in decent shape in about 10 minutes. Here’s how I do it.