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Old 04-23-2007, 09:26 AM
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Barbeque Time

Well it is that time of year again. People are dusting off old barbe, inviting friends over, and enjoying beautiful weather.

Just want to give you a reminder that during this time of year the amount of food poisoning cases rise severely. Please thoroughly cook the food to prevent this.

Hot food should be cooked thoroughly to an internal temp of 160 degrees F.

Cold foods should be kept at 36-40 degrees F.

Keep all cold food covered and refridgerated until serving time.

keep all uncooked food covered and refridgerated until you are ready to cook it.

Do not serve any meat raw, especially chicken, fish, and pork.

If you are serving wild game meat always cook it thoroughly and until it is cooked all the way through. You may love a raw steak but you will hate the illness that it may cause the next day.

Keep an eye on children as they are more likely to become a victim of heat stroke or dehydration. Always keep cool water on hand as it is the best rehyderator.

Keep an eye on the elderly as well as they are also at high risk for dehydration and heat stroke.

And always have fun and be safe.
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Old 04-23-2007, 10:13 AM
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Thanks for the reminders BC.. good information that we should all keep in mind.

One that I would like to add to the list, and not to be a party pooper, but be careful with alcohol. It is a diuretic, and can be a cause of dehydration.
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Thanks for the reminders BC.. good information that we should all keep in mind.

One that I would like to add to the list, and not to be a party pooper, but be careful with alcohol. It is a diuretic, and can be a cause of dehydration.

That is true I forgot that one thanks aaron. I am not an expert and I know we will be hearing this on the news over and over during the big holidays, Mothers Day, Memorial Day, Fathers day, July 4th, Labor Day. But as always we have birthdays, and anniverseries and graduations coming and I thought I would get the reminder out early.
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Hot food should be cooked thoroughly to an internal temp of 160 degrees F.

And always have fun and be safe.
Great points BC, but there is no way in hellllo:censord: that I would cook a chunk of beef to an internal temp of 160.

And, are there honestly people out there that don't grill all year long??????

And you missed the most important rule of grilling/bbq'ing!!!!!!!!! ALWAYS make sure you have plenty of ice to keep the beer at the appropriate ice cold temp!!!
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Great points BC, but there is no way in hellllo:censord: that I would cook a chunk of beef to an internal temp of 160.

And, are there honestly people out there that don't grill all year long??????

And you missed the most important rule of grilling/bbq'ing!!!!!!!!! ALWAYS make sure you have plenty of ice to keep the beer at the appropriate ice cold temp!!!
Tiff I was just putting out what food handler regulations are. Believe it or not if you are having a barbeque and some one gets sick if you were the cook you could be held responisble even if you were giving the food away.

I like my meat med. rare. but when I invite friends over I cook it till it is done. Also if they want to have it rare or cooked to there liking then I hand them the meat and point them to the grill.
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I guess that's why I don't have friends that would sue me or blame me.
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And you missed the most important rule of grilling/bbq'ing!!!!!!!!! ALWAYS make sure you have plenty of ice to keep the beer at the appropriate ice cold temp!!!
AMEN Tiff......

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Well it is the first big party weekend of the year. What most of us refer to as the begining of summer. With that I would like to remind everyone of these saftey tips while barbequing. If you have any that I didn't mention please post them up.
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Make sure your pets stay clear of your grill/BBQ and don't get underneath to lick any drippings.
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Do not serve any meat raw, especially chicken, fish, and pork

Guess that rules out sushimi.
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