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Turkey, Chicken, Duck, Oh My! Turducken Defies the Traditional Thanksgiving Bird

Turducken. The name doesn’t sound appetizing, but once you cut into the triple layers of chicken, duck and turkey, you can see why people bypass the traditional Thanksgiving turkey for this all-in-one, mega-stuffed delicacy.

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Keep Halloween Sweet

Even though it’s not an official holiday, Halloween is centuries old and much beloved by children and adults alike. Few things are more fun than trick-or-treating, apple bobbing, or costume parties. Here are a few tips to keep them fun.

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Cook Slow to Save Time: Four Important Slow Cooker Food Safety Tips

With work, school, sports practices, music lessons and homework time filling up the calendar, the back-to-school season can be hectic. During this busy time of year, having dinner waiting for you when you come home can make life so much easier. That’s why a lot of people choose to use slow...

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Chicken and Food Poisoning

If chicken is on your menu, follow these tips when shopping, cooking, and eating out to help prevent food poisoning:

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¡Celebremos! Hispanic Heritage Month is Here

September 15 through October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month, an opportunity to highlight the culture, contributions and advances of the Hispanic community. It is also a time to gather around the dinner table or in the backyard to share experiences of persistence and resilience with family and...

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Prevent Food Poisoning

Anybody can get food poisoning, but some people are more likely to get seriously ill.

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Solve Foodborne Outbreaks

Did you know you can help disease detectives find and solve foodborne disease outbreaks? Learn some ways you can help protect others from getting sick.

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The Notorious B.U.G.

You may have heard the words “norovirus outbreak” but do you really know what that means? Each year on average in the United States, norovirus contributes to about 56,000–71,000 hospitalizations and 570-800 deaths, mostly among young children and older adults. Whether you are going on a cruise...

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Shiga Toxin-Producing E.coli & Food Safety

Although most kinds of E. coli are harmless, others can make you sick. Learn about E. coli and what you can do to help lower your chances of infection.

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Salmonella and Eggs

Eggs are one of nature’s most nutritious and economical foods. But you must take special care when handling and preparing fresh eggs and egg products to avoid foodborne illness, sometimes called food poisoning.

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