Thanksgiving is a day for celebrating with loved ones and giving thanks for the the things we have to be grateful for. And for many Americans, a home-cooked Thanksgiving feast is an essential part of the celebration.
Sadly, Thanksgiving is also the leading day for home cooking fires. In fact, three times as many home cooking fires happen on Thanksgiving than on any other day of the year.
But here’s the good news: With preparation and common sense, many home cooking fires can be avoided. Check out the following graphic for some important kitchen fire safety information:
Kitchen fires are often preventable. Keep these safety tips in mind when preparing your Thanksgiving feast so you can enjoy a day filled with turkey, football and family.
This guest post comes from the editors of The Allstate Blog, which helps people prepare for the unpredictability of life.