I HATE cooking/food smells, whether or not someone else would think they're pleasant or unpleasant. Some people are more careful about not getting some things like onion oils all over the kitchen. Others aren't.
First, I open either a door or window to a) let some fresh air in to "dilute" the kitchen/house air, and b) better ventilate the kitchen because I know I'm about to spray-cleaner "bomb" the kitchen.This isn't the most Earth-friendly or lung-friendly way of dealing it food smells, but I start by taking the spray cleaner and paper towel to all the surfaces, particularly the range top and front of the stove. Then I'll do the refrigerator door handle, counter tops, microwave front (where the buttons are) and top. Then I'll hit the table top. Then I'll hose down the sinks, shoot some spray cleaner into the drain, and wash off the faucet handles. Then I'll get rid of the trash from the cooking and/or the cleaning and shoot some more spray cleaner under the lid of the trash container. I end the whole "fumigation" by dumping some baking soda into the drains and the strainer baskets.
I do try to pay attention to how "potent" a spray cleaner is, but I'm not above Lysol if the food smell won't go with a milder cleaner. (Note: My children are grown, so I'm freer now to go a little wild with the chemicals because I'd rather be dead than live with food smells! (lol)