Items Tagged with 'Food safety'



Don’t forget food safety this summer

Summer festivals, carnivals and fairs mean fun – and food! Cotton candy, corndogs, kettle corn and deep-fried candy bars are just a few of the treats you’re likely to find. But when making your choices, take a few moments to think about food safety.
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Get grilling

But make sure you do it safely. Here’s how.
Hosting a celebration as the weather gets warmer? For many people, grilling is a big part of the fun. Whether you’re cooking with propane or briquettes, safety is a must. Experts shared with FS&H some tips for keeping your grilling experience a safe one.
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Don’t be sidelined by foodborne illness on Super Bowl Sunday

Washington — Millions of fans will gather around their TVs on Feb. 13 for Super Bowl LVI – and chances are good they’ll indulge in a culinary spread fit for football’s biggest game of the season. But the U.S. Department of Agriculture is reminding hosts that guests could get sacked with a foodborne illness if proper safety precautions aren’t taken.
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Slow cooker food safety

Do you love the idea of a hot, comforting meal that’s easy to prepare? A slow cooker might be right for you. But before you try out recipes, let’s go over some basics about slow cooker food safety.
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