Good morning Dale
You have a bad connection somewhere or a Gfci has tripped. If your home is older then it may not have gfci in the kitchen. But check your gfci's if present and reset them if tripped. By stove fan I am assuming you mean the range hood over the range/stove. These are generally hard wired and not a receptacle cord and plug but could very well be on the same circuit with a counter top outlet.
Do you have any testers that check for voltage?
One quick thing is to turn off the breaker that controls the problem circuit and pull the face cover off the switches and receptacles. Take a flash light and have a look inside these electrical boxes on the problem circuit. Since you mentioned some electrical smells you may be able to see signs of burning or arcing. this may shorten the time to find the problem.
Next thing if you dont see something obvious is to determine if the outage is due to a hot wire or a neutral wire. You will need to test voltages. One very handy tester is a receptacle tester. It looks like this....
and one of these......
Also let us know if you see any red wires in the boxes, this can be an indication you are dealing with a multi-wire circuit and a few precautions will be necessary.
In a nutshell we are looking for a bad connection the most common cause is a back-stab connection. This is where a wire is inserted into the hole in the back of a receptacle. If you have this type of connection change it to the screw terminals. You will need to do this with the power off and if you are not certain what breaker controls those dead outlets then turn all the breakers off including double poles. Get someone to help, two heads are better than one. Do not turn any breakers back on till all connections have been checked and remade.Then look at all wire nuts and tug slightly on the wires to make sure they are secured in the wirenut....power off of course.
Let us know about whether you have these testers so we can determine failed hot or neutral wire.