Meat that hasn't reached proper cooking temperature may spread food-borne illness to your family and friends. Meat thermometers are the only way you can ensure meat is properly cooked.
Whether you purchase a fresh or frozen turkey, the USDA has cooking safety tips for both. Turkey must be properly cooked and prepared to avoid food-borne illness.
Cooking a turkey for Thanksgiving? Follow these food safety tips to ensure a safe and delicious turkey at your Thanksgiving dinner.
USDA recommends three ways to safely thaw food: in the refrigerator, in the sink using the cold water method, or in the microwave.
Regular grill cleaning is important to help extend the life of your grill and for food safety purposes. Plus, it makes your food taste better.
Spring FCS classes include Come Sew With Us, Baking for 1 or 2, Canning 101, and more.
Plan for a healthier tailgate, party, or other gathering with these food tips for healthy entertaining.
Oldham County 4-H Summer Clubs include Kids Cooking Camp, Gardening Club, and the upcoming 4-H Poultry Club.
Signup for Oldham County cooking classes: Canning Boot Camp in June and Cooking Basics for Adults in July.
FCS Extension helps individuals develop life skills through a variety of educational programs including cooking and nutrition classes, sewing workshops, financial stability talks, and much more.