May 23, 2022
The warmer weather provides an opportunity to move much of our meal preparation outdoors. Kansas State University food scientist Karen Blakeslee says food safety needs to be a priority, especially when grilling food outdoors and hosting large outdoor get-togethers. This includes washing our hands, using a food thermometer to check for doneness and keeping hot foods hot and cold foods cold.
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