August 14, 2022

A Safe Holiday Feast and Eat Turkey are offering a new Thanksgiving food safety infographic. When you’re cooking and handling so much food on this typical American holiday, you need to be extra vigilant about food safety. Most likely your holiday guests will include those in high risk groups, including small children, the elderly, pregnant women, and those with chronic health ailments.


And as always remember the four basic rules of food safety: Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill. Wash your hands and any surfaces that come into contact with food often. Don’t cross contaminate; separate cooked food from raw food and avoid using the same utensils, cutting boards, and plates for cooked and raw foods. Always cook foods to a safe internal temperature. Never serve undercooked ground beef, chicken, pork, eggs, or fish. And after you eat, refrigerate foods promptly so bacteria will not grow in them. Visit Holiday Food Safety for more information.

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