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Blog Archives 2012

Every year, one in six Americans will fall ill due to some form of food poisoning. Many times it’s the result of not cooking food to the right temperature. 

Posted in: Kitchen Safety
Tagged: Microwave | Food Prep

After “flowers or chocolate” (hint: both!), the next big Valentine’s Day question isn’t whether to order the heart-shaped pizza (hint: yes!)—it’s whether to go out to a cozy neighborhood restaurant or cuddle up on the couch and eat takeout. No matter where you dine, make sure...

Posted in: Holidays
Tagged: Valentine's Day

Have plans for the big game? We all know this day is more than just football. It’s the second-largest day for U.S. food consumption, next to Thanksgiving day.  Chips, wings, guacamole, chili – sounds like a good time right? It should be!

Don’t let this snack-filled day end in food...

Posted in: Events
Tagged: Super Bowl | Football

Some people don’t take food poisoning very seriously. Maybe that’s because the symptoms usually are not long-lasting in most healthy people—a few hours or a few days—and usually go away without medical treatment. But foodborne...

Tagged: New Years

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