Category Archives: Grilling
Please click on the above link to view a video demonstration of food safety tips as it relates to grilling. Cook foods to a safe internal temperature so harmful germs are killed. Beef as shown in this video, should reach an internal temperature of 145°F and hamburgers that are made from ground beef should reach 160°F in order to be eaten safely. Some research suggests that eating large amounts of charred foods can increase one’s risk of developing some forms of cancer. Tips to avoid eating charred food:… Read More →
Please click on the link above to view the video demonstration of Dinner Tonight Grill Once; Endless Possibilities. Clean Before, During, and After Cooking When cooking away from home (e.g. park or camp site), make sure there is plenty of clean water for washing hands and utensils. If there is not a source of clean water, bring your own. Paper towels, towelettes, and hand sanitizer can also be used to clean hands if necessary. Keep in mind that hand sanitizers can reduce germs but they will not be… Read More →
Please click on the link above to view the video demonstration of Dinner Tonight Rubs and Marinades. Transport Foods Safely When taking raw meat, poultry, fish, or seafood to another location, keep it cold (40 degrees or colder) with ice or ice packs. Place foods in the cooler right before leaving and take only what you plan to cook and eat that day. Other tips to remember: Raw meat, poultry, or seafood should be tightly wrapped or stored in a sealed bag or container. Do not keep other… Read More →
Please click on the link above to view the demonstration on Beef Nutrition and Purchasing Tips.