Blog Posts - Kitchen Safety



Tips for a Safe Kitchen

Hello World!  Although the kitchen is the heart of the home, it can be dangerous if you ignore basic safety rules and precautions. Think about it – there’s sharp knives, naked flames, pans of boiling oil – if it was medieval England it’d...
by The Dedicated House on Aug 31, 2016

Can a reusable bag change our life |it’s your choice.

Are you a person who try to do the best always? then this article is for you. Did you know a bag can make your life miserable? Our world is full of resources but we have to use them carefully because they are limited. If we don’t do it today, t...
by Go Green @ Home on Apr 18, 2016

Kitchen Safety Rules for Cooking a Thanksgiving Dinner

Tips for Staying Out of the Emergency Room This Holiday SeasonPreparing a holiday meal can be an enjoyable time spent with fiends and family, but one little mishap can ruin the event for all involved should it result in a trip to the emergency room...

We reached batch 21, jar 71 tonight in the canning of the 41st pound of cherries. Canning has…We...

We reached batch 21, jar 71 tonight in the canning of the 41st pound of cherries. Canning has…We reached batch 21, jar 71 tonight in the canning of the 41st pound of cherries. Canning has overtaken everything in the house, the garage and the cars.
by Building Home on Aug 13, 2014

Summer Food Safety Tips and Giveaway

My baby boy is growing up REALLY fast, I know people say that, but it becomes so real when you are living it. Soon, we will be on to solid foods, and I am so nervous about making the right choices for him. I was excited to partner with Fresh Baby to...
by Sweep Tight on Aug 2, 2014

Good Kitchen Practices

  You may love being a slob. You may not even care about cleanliness, but if you’re taking food to a potluck, you might want to take a few steps … Continue reading →...
by Oh My Potluck on Jun 21, 2014

Get The Best Out Of Post Protection Sleeve

Structures like fences need to be strong always. To keep off the shame of weak and loose posts, experts have devised the post protection sleeve which helps keep off moisture...

Save Money and Do it Yourself

With any home project you want to finish before you start and you want to also finish with all that you started with. By this I mean we start off with a sketch or plan of that gives us the direction we’ll, informs us of how the finish product will...
by The Builders Builder on Jan 23, 2013

Guest Blogger: How to Rid your Home of Harmful Toxins

Guest Blogger #769, Entry #1820, November 13, 2012 You’ve heard of spring cleaning, but it’s actually better to overhaul your house when the seasons get colder. As we start to shut the windows to keep ourselves warm during the winter months, we s...
by Stagetecture on Nov 13, 2012

kitchen safety tips

10 tips to staying safe in the kitchenBy:Elle RoseWe all tend to think we’re untouchable by danger from time to time; often finding that we start to become lazy about the small safety precautions that amount to a big difference. There are very ofte...
by cake recipe on Jul 5, 2012

Guest Blogger: How to Design a Safe Kitchen for your Kids

 Guest Blogger #487, Entry #1123, April 24, 2012 Parents find all kinds of ways to childproof their homes when they first bring home a baby, including adding bumpers to sharp corners, covering outlets, securing large furnishings with straps, and box...
by Stagetecture on Apr 24, 2012

Guest Blogger: Safety for the Aging – Preventing Falls in and Around Your Home

Guest Blogger #474, Entry #1101, April 17, 2012 If there’s any place where we should feel secure, it would be our homes. Yet, even if we live in a safe neighborhood with flood lighting and house alarms, there is still something that we’re...
by Stagetecture on Apr 17, 2012

Kitchen Safety Points

Working in kitchen surroundings can incur many dangers. To help prevent these risks, procedures, guidelines and guidelines ought to be put into place to help defend those who work in surroundings where food is prepared. Every worker who works in a ki...
by Danielle Business on Mar 16, 2012


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