On the Blogs: Deep-Frying, Storing China and Food Safety
- Ten Things About Deep-Frying You Really Should Know [Miami New Times]
- The Right Way to Store Servingware [YumSugar]
- New Food Safety Ad Campaign: Clean, Cook, Chill, Separate [HuffPost Food]
- Five Great Colombian Coffees You Should Try [Serious Eats]
- Prehistoric Barbecue Leftovers Found [Discovery News]
Store your Thanksgiving leftovers safely and quickly with advice from our experts.
Many folks love their eco-friendly re-usable grocery bags, but when’s the last time you washed yours?
Learn how to fry like a pro with this step-by-step guide.
Food preserving is the hottest trend, especially with many more folks growing their own fruits and veggies at home and preserving the extras. But with home preserving comes possible food poisoning---something everyone should be cautious about.
The Centers for Disease Control estimated that tens of millions of Americans become ill and thousands die from foodborne illnesses each year. With the rapidly increasing rate of foodborne illnesses hitting the United States, something needed to be done--- that’s where the new food safety bill comes into play.
Thanksgiving is the start of the holiday season where friends, family, and loved ones gather to have a fantastic meal. It’s not the time to skimp on those food safety habits that can make or break the festivities. Here are some simple reminders.
Farmers’ markets are the prime destination for fresh and local food, but they’re not free of germs and bacteria. Use our tips to help avoid food safety pitfalls.
It's important to practice food safety, especially with salads that include mayonnaise in the summer months.