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12 Tips For Hosting An Outside Dinner Or Picnic Without Poisoning Your Friends

Summer in Australia is eating-and-cooking-outside season. Here are some food safety tips to make sure it's a safe one :)

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7. Before leaving the house, cut meat into serving sizes and have salads all ready.

This reduces the need to handle your foods more than you have to. Especially handy when there's no hand-washing facilities close by.

8. Keep hot foods hot, and cold food cold...

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Only cold food should be in your esky. Solid blocks of ice are your cooler's friend. They won't melt as fast as crushed ice.

10. Also, anything raw should be packed at the bottom and far away from your ready-to-eat foods.

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Leakproof containers are your friend as meat juices can easily leak onto your preprepared foods.

Enjoy your outdoor dining experiences with friends and loved ones! And get some more food safety tips here.

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