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Other foods that are potentially hazardous unless great care is taken to keep them at the right temperature include rice, custard, potatoes, puddings and stuffing. She also maintains a blog on social, pop-culture and cultural matters. To create this article, 9 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time.
Bring a sealable plastic bin filled with cool soapy water to soak any sauce-smeared serving plates and utensils while you're at the game. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
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Dutch ovens are also grill-safe for reheating. Have one ice-filled cooler just for drinks; another for perishable foods like cheese and salad; and one you use, sans ice, to keep hot foods hot. For perishable foods—like potato salad , pasta salad , your favorite French onion dip , hoagies , and anything you'd store in the fridge, as well as any hot foods—the USDA gives you a window of 2 hours to eat it all, or 1 hour if the temperature's over 90 degrees.
Granny Sue. You can minimize the risk of bacterial contamination of food by choosing foods that travel well outdoors.
If you don't like the disposable nature of towelettes, make your own. Made Recently.
For example, cake no cream filling , cookies and candies. Ideally, it would stay hot as guests come and go......
Yes, really! If it's a soup or sauce, I have done this with great success.