I’ve been noticing an enormous increase of food blogs and food bloggers recently. Some just loves to eat and some loves to cook.
For myself, I’m not a food blogger but I love to eat. I do blog about hokkien food every now and then but not as many like our femmes food blogger, KY. Now KY blogs about food he eats and food he cooks. I’m sure there’s many more food bloggers who love to cook at home too. Cooking can be fun and can be very dangerous too if you do not practise caution.
When I was younger, my dad always reminded me to turn of the gas and the safety valve whenever I’m done cooking my favourite Maggi Me. I never really knew why then but as I grew older, I found out that many fire outbreaks started out from a harmless kitchen stove fire.
Question is, “What do you do when there’s a kitchen fire?”
For those who love cooking at home, I came across this video clip which I think can be very useful information for everyone.
If your cook pan catches fire, don’t panic. Just follow these instructions:
1) Turn off the heat
2) Run a clothe under a tap and drain it out
3) Cover the pan and then wait until it’s cool right down.
Don’t remove the pan, and WHATEVER YOU DO, DON’T THROW WATER OVER THE FIRE!
The effects can be devastating!