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Remembering cooking fire safety this New Year’s Eve

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By LisaMarie Sinatra

Planification sur l'hébergement le réveillon du Nouvel An de cette année? What better way to ring in 2015 than with fire safety. With New Year’s festivities comes food, food and more food. Avez-vous prévu comment vous allez organiser votre temps? Il n'y a rien de pire que de laisser le “TIC Tac” de l'horloge à l'approche de minuit, vous distraire de vos tâches importantes dans la cuisine. Les accidents se produisent quand on nous précipitons ou négligent dans notre tentative de joindre à la fête. Saviez-vous que le Nouvel An est l'un des cinq premiers jours pour les incendies domestiques? Laissez-nous tous les travaux sur les moyens de changer cette …

For instance, vous voudrez peut-être envisager d'autres options pour votre Nouvel An Eve buffet 1er Janvier du petit-déjeuner ou un événement brunch si vous êtes déjà stressé par le temps qu'il faudra pour préparer un repas chaud tout en jonglant moment important avec les amis et la famille. Perhaps you prepare food that can be served cold or at warm temperature, or you bring everyone into the mix and offer a potluck type of approach where guests bring their favorite dish.

If you’re like our family, you’ll be celebrating the holidays with friends and family who have come to visit well past January 1. It’s important not to forget the importance of staying alert and fully present in the kitchen no matter what’s happening in the room next door. NFPA and USFA’sPut a Freeze on Winter Firescampaign can help you stay safer in the kitchen, and provides a number of great resources that are easy to download and keep handy for those times when you absolutely have to prepare meals for entire crew.

As we say in Italian, Buon Anno, tutti! Enjoy your end of the year celebration wherever that takes you! Stay safe one and all, and we’ll see you in 2015.

Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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