Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 03:34:53 AM. The Kitchen. By Aidan Payne.
Do you remember the kitchen from your childhood? Do you remember how it was the heart and soul of the home? Not only did all the meals get created there and many meals get eaten there, but that is where major decisions were made, "heart to heart" conversations were had and where visitors might have been greeted. Today, in my own kitchen, it is not much different. The same important things are happening there. The kitchen is also where homework gets done, art projects get praised, and blogs get written. And very importantly, it is where lifelong lessons about food and nutrition are taught and learned.
Having a set out routine for daily cleaning is ideal, along with a regular deep cleaning routine or plan. Never let dishes pile up in the sink and make sure that you clean up after preparing food of any kind, to avoid cross contamination from raw fruit, vegetables, meat or poultry and this will make it easier to maintain clean and hygienic kitchen. Health and safety in the kitchen requires you to pay attention to what you are doing at all times, to ensure the safety of you but also your friends and family. A lot of what needs to be done is simply common sense, but it helps to remind yourself of key things that can be done every day, to maintain the health and safety of yourself and others.
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