Link Round-Up: Easter Cooking Safety

Celebrating Easter amidst COVID-19 means more cooking at home this year than ever. According to the NFPA, cooking-related issues remain a leading cause of home fires and injuries in the US and are only increasing as more people cook. Considering this, we wanted to provide resources for those who are tackling homemade brunches or dinners to help them successfully and safely get food on the table.

Pan-frying bacon? Do NOT do these things if the grease catches fire!

For tips on “cooking with caution” and guides for how to fight small grease fires, check out this free download from the NFPA.

Many of our tips for a safe Thanksgiving dinner also apply for the Easter holiday. Take-out anyone?

This handy “recipe card” is great to have around to remind all family members about basic safety precautions.

Want to let little ones help in the kitchen but not sure what is age-appropriate? This guide from Sparky the Fire Dog can help!

If all else fails, the Dummies series has a breakdown of all things Kitchen Safety available to keep it simple.

We hope everyone uses this unconventional Easter as an opportunity to make unique memories and even start new traditions as we hopefully look forward to better times returning. Stay healthy and safe out there!