Friday, January 24, 2020
Southern Deep Fried Turkey

Follow these tips from USDA to ensure a food-safe meal this Thanksgiving.
turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans and stuffing

Learn to practice safe leftover storage for turkey and other Thanksgiving foods.
Thanksgiving meal

Jenny Lobb, a family and consumer sciences educator for Ohio State University Extension, offers tips enjoy the holidays while managing your diabetes.
Venison steak

Learn to safely can venison meat in a pressure canner.
pumpkin soup

Learn how to determine the safest preservation method for premade soups based on their ingredients.

A recent study shows antioxidants in cheese may offset the damage caused to blood vessels by sodium consumption.
Venison roast crock pot

Find out whether or not you should toss the roast you put in your slow cooker before work this morning if you lost power at some point during the day.
ripe pawpaws

Pawpaws are growing in popularity as part of the healthy food movement. Learn more about pawpaws and their health benefits.
sugar bowl

Learn how to lower your sugar intake by using alternative sweeteners.
venison storage

Any venison derived from hunting should be handled safely to avoid the spread of foodborne pathogens, which could cause foodborne illnesses.

More Recipes

Gluten-free banana bread loaf on a cutting block with a knife and two slices cut from the end.