|Practice safe barbecue basics|
| July 05, 2012 Lisa Franzen-Castle|
Extension Nutrition Specialist, PhD, RD UNL Panhandle Research & Exte
Summer brings out barbecue grills—and bacteria, which multiply in food faster in warm weather and can cause food poisoning (also known as foodborne illness).
July is National Grilling Month and summer barbecues are a great way to enjoy the outdoors and each other’s company.
Keep your barbecues with family and friends healthy and safe this summer with the following tips.
Barbecue basics and food safety:
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