Everything you need to know to keep your family safe from food-borne illness.
Chicken can be baked, barbecued, broiled, grilled, roasted and sautéed, but whatever you do, do not wash your raw chicken!
We’ve prepared a list of frequently asked questions and tips to keep you and your family safe and healthy in the kitchen.
Cooking with a food thermometer is hands-down the best way to make sure your chicken is cooked to perfection––Here’s why.
Bacteria are everywhere, and while most are harmless or even beneficial to humans, others can make you sick. All foods, including meat, fruits, and vegetables have the potential to cause food-borne illness.
How and how long you store chicken is very important to keeping your food safe. When freezing chicken, always label it so you know how long it’s been in your freezer.
We demonstrate the proper procedure for measuring the internal temperature of cooked chicken.
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