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KITCHEN SAFETY

Know Your Basic Kitchen First Aid If You're New To Cooking

Being prepared for accidents is a sign of a well-stocked kitchen, too.
Accidents can happen to anyone at any time. The kitchen is full of dangerous items (flames, searing hot gadgets, and sharp tools) that can result in an accident when handled incorrectly or accidentally dropped. Even the most safety-conscious person can have an accident!That's ...

This Prep Tip Can Save You From Getting Sick

Avoid contacting any food-borne illnesses when you cook.
The kitchen can be a dangerous place. You have razor-sharp knives, pointed utensils, and super hot pots and pans lying about. If you're not careful, the kitchen can be a place where you can get hurt.  Luckily, you can be safe in the kitchen if you know to ...

What To Remember So You Don't Get Burned In The Kitchen

Make your kitchen a safe haven with these tips.
Getting burned in the kitchen is a reality that most of us have already experienced. After all, cooking is all about fire! Accidents still happen no matter how cautious we may be.For these unfortunate times, here are tips to keep in mind ...

Cooking With Kids? Here Are A Few Kitchen Safety Tips

These tips make sure your time with your kid is educational, fun, and safe.
One of the best and fun bonding activities you can do with your kid is cooking together. It’s fun for the kid and the adult. Plus, it can be deliciously rewarding. You get to have a delightful mess (which kids are always ...

Ten Kitchen Commandments Everyone Should Know

Taking advantage of your kitchen means taking these simple guidelines to heart.
Before we get started on rules, it’s important to remember that there is freedom in the kitchen. The beauty of having a kitchen is that what you get to eat—from how it tastes to how it looks—is only limited by your imagination ...

5 Kitchen Safety Tips for the Holiday Season

Spread cheers—not tears—this Christmas.
Filipinos pride themselves in celebrating the longest Christmas celebration the world has ever known. Don’t be surprised to hear random Christmas songs playing in the background once the first day of September—the official start of Christmas in the Philippines—arrives. Even in the midst ...
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