5 Ways To Start A Fire In The Kitchen…and Put It Out

5 Ways To Start A Fire In The Kitchen…and Put It Out

Sarah Rae Smith
Mar 22, 2010

When we go back to the root of all technology, evolution and development, one of the very first things discovered... was fire. The kitchen is a great place to start fires (hopefully intentional) and there's several great ways to get things going, here's a few of our favorites — along with a few words of advice on picking up an extinguisher... just in case!

Pictured Above, Left To Right
Creme Brulee Torch Set: for $40 from Sur La Table.
Food Torch MEFT-912: for $49.95 from Cheflamme
MAPP Surefire Torch Kit: for $66.94 from BernzOmatic
Queue Chrome Stick Lighter: for $29.95 by Tsubota Pearl
Colibri Grill Lighter: for $10.00 from Coleman

While playing with fire in the kitchen is (admittedly) fun and gives us all a little thrill, knowing how to put one out if something goes wrong is essential. Make sure to brush up on your extinguisher knowledge and check out a few of our favorites before summer grilling season is officially under way!

Know How to Buy The Right Fire Extinguisher
Fire Design Fire Extinguishers (they're oh so pretty!)
Pinqy Fire Extinguisher

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