It might not seem like it, but it’s almost summer. And summer means grilling season. Cooking outside the kitchen is a great way to commune with nature, but it’s also a great way to give your dinner guests salmonella. There are some simple rules to follow when it comes to food preparation and storage.
MPR News host Angela Davis spoke with three guests about how to keep food safe during, and long after, grilling season.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) breaks down food-safety measures into four areas: Clean, separate, cook and chill.