Monthly Archives: February 2015

Food Safety for the “Occasional Quantity Cook”

Are you an “Occasional Quantity Cook”? Are you the person who organizes the chili dinner at church, concessions for the school booster club, or even a huge family reunion? If you answered “yes” to one of more of those questions, … Continue reading

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Winter Comfort Foods – Soups and Stews

During the cold days of late winter, families often rely on soups and stews as a staple of meal planning. Whether fixing an old family favorite or trying that new recipe you recently found on-line or in a magazine, we … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Fresh Produce Food Safety

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that over 9 million people every year have a foodborne illness caused by a known pathogen. Approximately 46% of those illnesses, or 4.14 million, are attributed to fruits and vegetables. This … Continue reading

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