Last month we told you about a large ground beef recall that had to do with possible E. Coli contamination. Now there is an even bigger recall underway for beef that may have been contaminated with salmonella. 57 people have already been sick from this case...
It's officially summer, which means plenty of upcoming cookouts and gatherings where people will be bringing food. To ensure you're food safe this summer, the USDA encourages the use of food thermometers to avoid getting sick.
How many times have you stood in front of the refrigerator pulling something out and asking yourself, "Is this still safe to eat?" Some things are obvious, but what about some stuff that seems just fine? Where do you go for answers? I usually call my mom and ask her, but now there is a new way with the Food Keeper app from the USDA.
The big game is this weekend and it won't matter to you if the Falcons or Patriots won if you spend Monday in the fetal positon suffering from food poisoning and cursing a bad batch of wings at the party.
Even though the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers aren't in the Super Bowl there's still a lot of excitement and plans for Super Bowl parties this Sunday. Over 100 million football fans will watch the game and approximately 1.3 billion chicken wings will be consumed. The last thing you want is you or any of your guests getting sick after eating something at your party.