Staying safe while cooking for Thanksgiving dinner is a key priority.
feast tomorrow — but — did you know that the most cooking-related fires happen on thanksgiving than any other day of the year. cbs-21′s jenni joyce is live with the lancaster county mobile newsroom in lancaster with more on how to avoid food without flames this holiday..jenni? the deep-fryer is a major source of unwanted flames if it’s used incorrectly – earlier today we caught up with adrian borry-the deputy fire chief of manheim township fire rescue – he has tips on how to have a safe holiday. so other tips—if you’re lighting candles this thanksgiving be sure that they are kept out of reach- so no aprons, long sweaters or draperies brush into the some other tips—if you’re lighting candles this thanksgiving be sure that they are kept out of reach- so no aprons, long sweaters or aperies brush into the flame-also just in case of an emergency-check those fire detectors once again and