How about prime rib for Christmas Dinner?
- Learn all
about the different types of ham and how to cook
Use a Cooking or Meat Thermometer
For the perfect prime rib or
turkey for your Christmas
Have you ever cut into a roast or a turkey to see
if it has finished cooking? Have you ever paid what seemed like
a fortune for a beautiful steak and have it come off the grill
overcooked and dry? You definitely need a Cooking
or Meat Thermometer!
Never guess if your meat is done again!
Food safety is the most important part of picnic planning, as food can spoil very quickly out of refrigeration. It is important to keep food safety in mind when planning for and packing a picnic.
Leftover" foods are cooked foods that you or your family do not eat within 2 hours after they are cooked. The chance of food poisoning increases the longer you store a food after it is cooked. Improper handling or storing cooked food is one of the most common causes of food poisoning in the home.
Have a safe and fun party
The golden rules of food safety
Purchase and Use a Good Instant-Read Thermometers
Meat and Seafood Internal Temperature Cooking Chart
Caviar for that special day
Learn how to handle and serve caviar
purchase your caviar for the upcoming holidays, check it out
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