Food safety: Home kitchens may be riskier than restaurants

09/19/2011 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Restaurants sometimes get blamed for foodborne illnesses that originate much closer to home; public-health officials say most food-poisoning cases happen in our own kitchens. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers food safety tips for home cooks looking to emulate the safety of restaurant kitchens as they deal with newer, more dangerous pathogens in the food supply.

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