Barbecue Safety - the grill rust

by:Longzhao BBQ     2020-04-28
Barbecue Safety  -  the grill rust
Many people will grill this holiday weekend, whether you're using gas or charcoal, it's important to follow some basic safety tips.Chef and veteran New York City fireman Joe Bonanno made some suggestions on Saturday's morning show that you or your loved ones don't have to go to the emergency room.Bonno said he witnessed the fire caused by the barbecue accident.Therefore, he warned that it is important for people to put safety first when cooking outdoors.Here are some safety barbecue suggestions from Bonanno: hot news agency News Borun new immigration program latest 2020 announcement "adversity score" check the barbecue before you order the barbecue, whether you are bonanno said, after a long winter, make sure the grill is structurally and technically healthy.Rust on the legs may cause the barbecue to fail after the coal is loaded into the grill and causing damage.Check for gas leakage by rubbing soapy water on the gas hose and opening the gas to make sure there is no gas leakage.You will see bubbles appear if there is a leak.Bonanno says don't light the grill under any circumstances.Buy a new hose before using the grill again.Keep the water nearby and keep the garden hose with water nearby.If this is not possible, whenever you grill, there is a bucket of water nearby, either to light the flame in an emergency or to use on burns that should be cooled immediately.Grill in Well-Ventilated AreasBonanno explained that some people open their doors and grill in the garage.It's a bad idea, he said, because the area may not be very good --It's as ventilated as you think.Bononno says the barbecue produces carbon monoxide, which accumulates in a closed area.They are invisible.Colorless and tasteless-But very dangerous.Try a barbecue on the corner of the deck or terrace, he said.Avoid barbecuing on a porch, deck or anything that might catch fire.Keeping the child away from the grill can be a difficult rule to enforce as the kids love to be around the grill and may not know how hot the grill is.Keep the kids away from the grill if possible.A better idea, says Bononno, is to stay away from people's barbecues.The New York City Fire Department recommends keeping the grill at least 10 feet from your house, garage or trees.Phones and first aid kits nearby-Except for water-A phone and first aid kit.Bononno said don't delay calling 911 to prevent the situation from getting out of control.In addition, he said, make sure your first aid kit is nearby and stock up for newer products for outdoor activities.Avoid Cross-To avoid bacterial contamination between foods, you should prepare separate cutting boards and containers for meat and vegetables, Bonanno said.Bonanno says be sure to clean the cooked food before putting it back on the plate and container.Another option, he says, is to buy new cutting boards of different colors for different foods.
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