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Issue Date: May 2007 Issue

Recipe For Disaster

Of the 13 chefs interviewed:
 7 chefs cite a burn as their worst injury.
 4 chefs cite an incident with a knife as their worst injury.
 2 chefs cite numerous incidents as being equally bad.
 5 chefs admit to seeking medical attention after their injury.
 3 chefs proudly boast of continuing work immediately following injury, even after trips to hospitals (and most of the rest probably did the same).
 3 chefs include a “lesson learned” in their description.
 2 chefs mention bearing a scar.
 2 chefs make a reference to knocking on wood or fear of a jinx when discussing the question.
 1 chef, after describing an oven rack burn, claims that the biggest kitchen injury is when a customer doesn’t like the food.

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