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Food Safety at the Grill

Н Scrub the grill with hot, soapy water before each use. Keep WASH SEPARATE From Wash hands thoroughly with warm, soapy water before, during and after food preparation. Cooked and ready-to-eat foods Raw meat and poultry Wash all utensils and cutting boards after use. Have a dean platter and utensils ready at grill-side for serving. "Pack moist towelettes or hand santizer for those moments when soap and water are not reacily avallable." Don't let perishables sit out for longer than. two hours, or one hour if the outdoor temperature is above 90° F. Hot Dog 165'F Hamburger 160'F Chicken 165°F Make sure perishable foods stay below 40°F. Bratwurst 160-165°F REFRIGERATE K COOK Always use a food thermometer to cook to a safe temperature Fin Fish 145'F Steak 145'F Transport food in the passenger part of the car, not in the trunk. Pork 145°F 40°F

Food Safety at the Grill

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Heading out to the grill? Check out this infographic first! From safety tips for your cookout to proper cooking temperatures and a complete packing list, this grilling guide will ensure you stay safe ...


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