Last year we talked about keeping safe in the kitchen with the hot gravy, the towels that can catch on fire, the kids distracting you from what’s on the stove. This year we’re going to talk about the food. Yes, the food! Doesn’t everyone talk about the food for Thanksgiving?
But this is different. Did you know that meat and poultry account for 92% of outbreaks of clostridium perfringens? It’s the second most common bacterial cause of food poisoning, and it’s no surprise that outbreaks are most common during November and December. So before you start cooking, make sure you get a good meat thermometer and follow these tips: Continue Reading →