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Keep it Clean, Keep it Cold

The first rule of food safety is “keep it clean.” In a close second to that basic food safety tenet is “keep it cold.”

The principles of safe food handling haven’t changed much from the basics my great-grandmother taught my mother. Those tips that were passed down from a 1900 southern Missouri homestead came from a simpler time, before the modern efficiencies of modern agriculture (and their unfortunate associated skepticism) were known.

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{name} Posted by Chris Raines on 08/23, 2010 at 11:55 AM

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What Are You Grilling?

What’s going to end up on your grill this July 4th weekend? We’re having lamb burgers and pork chops at my place.

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{name} Posted by Chris Raines on 07/02, 2010 at 02:21 PM

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