Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Free Food Safety Printables

I know we all check the temperature of our turkeys at Thanksgiving... what about the rest of the year?

This post was prompted by the loss of a 4 year old boy to e-coli.  He was the son of a friend of my husband's.  Something as simple as an undercooked hamburger changed a family forever; He fought for his life for 3 1/2 months and just lost the battle last week.

I decided to hang something in my kitchen as a reminder to always use a meat thermometer.  Here are some free printables in case you'd like to do the same.  You can hang it in a frame, put some magnets on it and post it to the fridge, or tape it to the inside of a cabinet.

I am a vegetarian but I regularly cook meat for my family.  Since I am not able to taste the meat, it is a huge fear of mine that I would one day serve them something that has turned or is undercooked.  I think having the meat thermometer handy should put some of those fears to rest.
Here is a link to the USDA guidelines for meat temperatures if you are interested in reading more about food safety.

Be blessed and eat safe,
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  1. Wow. That's scary. Thanks for sharing this.

  2. Thanks for sharing! Thanks for linking to Things I've Done Thursday!

    Sew Rugged @ bear rabbit bear

  3. This is so timely. My husband just asked me to print him a list of the temps! The ones you created are so much better then a copy and paste from the website. LOL!

  4. Cute! I'm buying my husband a grill for Christmas and I think this would be really cute to include in the card.

    Stopping by from Check Me Out Saturdays! :)

  5. Thank you for these printables! This is such a smart idea! I am so happy to know these! Thanks for sharing this @ Show & Share--I am very happy to have you there!

  6. This is good info. I used to run an in-home daycare and HAD to know this stuff. Before that I had no clue. Thank you for linking up to More the Merrier Mondays.

  7. Such a great idea to have this posted so I can easily reference it. Thanks!

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  9. Oh my goodness.. I cannot even begin to imagine the heartbreak.. I am soo glad that my hubby is obsessive about the temperature of our meat! Thanks so much for sharing this eyeopening post and for the sweet printable!

  10. Jamie, these are wonderful! I'm featuring your post on my Facebook page today!

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