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Cooking is a hallmark of the holiday season, but so is increased risk of cooking fires

Por nfpaga@jivelan.doometro As the holiday season reaches its zenith with family gatherings, festive activities and elaborate meals, let’s not forget about the importance of safety in the kitchen. The peak day for home cooking fires is Thanksgiving followed by Christmas Day

Fuente:: NFPA – Información de seguridad


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