You are here: Home Archive Food Safety
 
Document Actions

Safety

Up one level
Prairie Fare: Weeds: If You Can’t Beat Them, Can You Eat Them?   ( 2018-06-21 )
Some weeds are edible and can provide vitamins and minerals.
Prairie Fare: Rediscover Cooking and Baking This Summer   ( 2018-06-07 )
Measuring cups and spoons, and digital temperature gauges take the guesswork out of modern cooking and baking.
Prairie Fare: Try This 10-question Summer Food Safety Quiz   ( 2018-05-24 )
Don’t let foodborne illness spoil your outdoor cooking and dining experiences.
Prairie Fare: Are My Leafy Greens Safe to Eat?   ( 2018-04-26 )
Think food safety when selecting and handling fresh produce.
Prairie Fare: 6 Steps to Making a Salad in a Jar   ( 2018-04-19 )
Filling a quart jar with a variety of veggies, fruits, protein and grains can provide you with a balanced meal.
Prairie Fare: Are You Inspired to Spring-clean Your Kitchen?   ( 2018-04-05 )
You can make your own chlorine-based sanitizer.
Prairie Fare: Prevent Accidental Poisoning in Your Home   ( 2018-03-29 )
About 90 percent of poisonings happen in homes.
Prairie Fare: Are Eggs Healthful?   ( 2018-03-22 )
Eggs are a good source of protein and a chemical that helps with brain, nerve and, potentially, memory health.
Prairie Fare: When in Doubt, Throw It Out   ( 2018-02-22 )
Perishable food should spend no more than two hours at room temperature.
Prairie Fare: Electric Pressure Cookers Can Speed Meal Preparation   ( 2018-02-08 )
Electric pressure cookers let you make everything from main courses to desserts, but don’t use them for canning food.
Prairie Fare: Is Romaine Lettuce Safe to Eat?   ( 2018-01-18 )
To avoid foodborne illness, be aware of food recalls and handle all food safely.
Prairie Fare: Do Microwave Ovens Zap Nutrients in Foods?   ( 2017-12-07 )
Cooking in a microwave can help preserve nutrients in food.
Prairie Fare: How Much Do You Know About Frozen Food Storage?   ( 2017-11-22 )
Freezing is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to preserve food if you have the proper equipment.
Prairie Fare: Make Good Use of Leftovers This Holiday Season   ( 2017-11-16 )
Take steps to avoid food waste.
Prairie Fare: Warm Yourself With Some Soup   ( 2017-11-02 )
Soup is high in liquid, which means it usually is lower in calories than other foods.
Prairie Fare: In a Pickle Over a Side Dish?   ( 2017-09-07 )
Pickles can be made from almost any vegetable or many fruits.
Prairie Fare: Ovens Are for Baking, Not Canning, and Other Food Preservation Tips   ( 2017-08-31 )
To avoid foodborne illnesses, use research-tested recipes and follow them carefully.
Prairie Fare: Is Any Food in Your Fridge Reaching Antique Status?   ( 2017-08-17 )
Be aware of food label lingo to avoid having to toss food.
Prairie Fare: Make Some Memories With Picnics   ( 2017-07-06 )
July is National Picnic Month, so make some picnic memories this month and all summer.
Prairie Fare: Should You Toss the Food or Eat It?   ( 2017-06-08 )
Dates on food packages are quality dates, not expiration dates.

Powered by Plone, the Open Source Content Management System