Mary Angela Miller, makes food safety fun & easy to understand & does so in a manner that is simple, practical, relevant & occasionally, irreverent.
Someone You Know Needs this Magnet!
One of a Kind Items for Shower, Housewarming, Corporate or Going Away to College Gifts
Fridge Magnet with Safe Food Storage Times.
Chopping Mats with a Safe Cooking Temp Grid right on them.
Best Instant Read Thermometer on the market
Food Safety Kits and Insulated Totes
Protect Your Plate
1 in 6 people will become ill this year from food poisoning. Whether you eat out most of the time or prepare all your meals from scratch, there are actions you can take to reduce the chances that you are not the one who becomes sick. Many a bout of foodborne illness can be prevented by insuring the essential steps of Clean, Separate, Cook & Chill are in place.
Featured Blog Posts
Shocked to hear of a turkey recall just days before Thanksgiving?
If yes, then you were not alone. Turkey stars in thousands of shows over the Thanksgiving season. Fortunately, it was not whole turkeys that were recalled but rather ground turkey.
If you answered yes, Guest Blogger Caroline O’Connor’s next question is… how long will you be living to tell the tale?
Personal Trainer Caroline O’Connor gives produce a workout.
I’ve gone down many paths when it comes to cleaning fruits and veggies. Scald with hot water, rinse under cold, wash with soap and water, gently rub, annihilate with a scrub brush... or no water (not cleaning them at all, OOPS!)
...and the 3 winners of the Gahanna Jefferson Public Schools Food Safety Kits are:
Five-Second Rule- Debunked!
*Drops food on the floor* Thinks...“Five-second rule!”. *Eats the food*. We’re all guilty...
It belonged to my mom, Angelina Frazzini Miller
Mom was an amazing cook and baker. She cooked every day for her family of 12
A different menu for the Dominican nuns convented across the street.
Loved Lu Lejman’s personalized apron. Hers was gifted to her by a creative friend, Shirley. Mine was one worn by my mom. My creative sister, Rose, embellished it for me.
If I was teaching my ServSafe Class, would this type of food contamination be considered:
A: Biological Contamination:
B: Physical Contamination?
"Public health advocates have long lamented that the USDA’s nutrition advice doesn’t align with how the institution actually spends its money, and they often point to crop subsidies as the most glaring example.