Holiday Food Gifts, Baking, & Potlucks Food Safety

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Enjoying good food is a central part of the holiday season. Considering taking steps to prevent all those good times from being ruined by food-borne illness. Refer to the fact sheets below for tips on safely preparing food, baking your favorite treats and preparing food as gifts.

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Also, check out the Homegrown Holiday Food Safety videos for some awesome food safety tips from thawing your turkey to storing the leftovers. We also have some more great tip sheets on our Food Safety at Home Website: Holiday Food Safety page to keep your family at home enjoying the holidays instead of in the hospital with a food-borne illness. Remember salmonella is not your friend!!