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The Kitchen is on Fire
With cooler weather on the way, we're moving indoors for cooking. We say this with caution because many fires start in the kitchen (grease fires, forgotten pans on the stove). Since cooking is one of the leading cause of home fires in the U.S. - and the leading cause of home fire injuries - here is just one of the tips we've collected over the years from readers:
While cooking, hold a spoon or spatula in your hand until you're done. This spoon reminds you that you're in the middle of preparing something on the stove should you attempt to multitask (i.e. text your friends, call someone, answer the phone or leave the kitchen).
And yes, we have many more cooking safety tips from you here.
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