Monday, September 26, 2016
If you’ve been attending the Williams-Sonoma Cooking Class, it means you want to up your culinary game. And why not? Cooking your own meals isn’t just money saving, it’s also healthier.
Since you’re dealing with heat when cooking, however, burns are among the injuries that any cook, veteran and novice alike, might incur. Not only are burns painful, they can also discourage beginners from pursuing a cooking career. That being said, there are many things you can do to prevent them. Expert providers of urgent care in Lynnwood offer tips on how you can avoid getting kitchen burns.
Turn Pot Handles Inward
Boiling a pot of pasta? Make sure to turn the pot handle inward and away from you while the pasta cooks. Otherwise, you or someone else in the house may pass by the stove and inadvertently hit the handle and tip over the pot. This, of course, may lead to severe and painful burns.