In my family, everyone likes different types of cranberries--jelly, compote, and fresh. So, needless to say, I have a ton of leftover cranberry stuff.
Around the holidays, food safety experts remind us to handle leftovers with care. Do you know what the "danger zone" is?
After Thanksgiving dinner is over, you’re likely going to have a full stomach and bountiful amounts of leftovers—not a bad thing.
Second best to the Thanksgiving dinner itself are the leftovers you get to enjoy for days afterward. Many dishes even taste better the second time around.
Soup is the perfect way to turn leftovers into an entirely new and exciting meal!
Around the holidays, food safety experts remind us to handle leftovers with care. When food sits too long in the “danger zone” – between 40 and 140 degrees F (4 to 60 degrees C) – bacteria can quickly multiply, causing nasty foodborne illnesses or food poisoning.
This holiday season, let’s keep family and friends safe at our dinner or buffet tables.