Tagged: food storage

Food Temperatures are Critical to Healthy Eating

Food Temperatures are critical to your healthy eating. Especially for meats and those things that should be refrigerated. Here is a little review and tips to keep in mind to stay safe and healthy.

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Can You Count on Food Expiration Dates?

Food Expiration Dates, what do they mean? And are they reliable? Many people do think so and I know that it is taught in school curriculums that children learn to double check labels as to not eat “spoiled” foods. I recently experienced this firsthand when my granddaughters wanted to check the cottage cheese carton before […]

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Summer’s Bounty: Sweet Yellow Corn

Part of what makes summer so fun is the fresh produce we can purchase this time of year. One of those is fresh corn on the cob. It is high in fiber, reasonable in carbohydrate, and is generally liked by the whole family. But most of all, it is the symbolism that it is a part of […]

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Turkey is Not Just for Thanksgiving

Now that this particular holiday is over, do you plan on putting the turkey roaster away until next year?! Many people may feel this way, but according to the National Grocers Association, this holiday is just the beginning of a “love affair” with the bird, until about March or April of each year. Part of the dilemma is […]

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