Latest Leftovers Stories

2014-04-15 12:30:40

OTTAWA, April 15, 2014 /CNW/ - Many Canadians enjoy eating leftovers from family dinners and from dining out as a time-saving and budget-friendly meal. Still, leftovers need to be properly handled to help reduce the risk of foodborne illness. It's estimated that there are approximately 4 million cases of food-related illnesses in Canada every year. Many of these illnesses could be prevented by following proper food handling and preparation techniques. Here are some tips to help...

2011-11-22 11:16:59

The holidays are a time for celebrating with loved ones and enjoying favorite family recipes and tasty treats, so the last thing you want is to get sick from the food you eat. Roberta Anding, a registered dietitian at Baylor College of Medicine, has a few tips so you can make the most of the season.     Always use a meat thermometer to check if the turkey or other meat is fully cooked. The color of the turkey can´t determine the safety of the meat....

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