Two hour rule
Food should not be left at room temperature for more than two hours
keeping the body clean and fresh
ANY FOOD THAT MAY EASILY SPOIL UNLESS MAINTAINED UNDER SPECIFIED STORAGE
the transfer of harmful bacteria from one food to another food
Food that contains harmful bacteria
The temperature range in which most bacteria can grow. Usually this is below 40 degrees Fahrenheit and over 140 degrees Fahrenheit.
Another term for food poisoning
Defrost foods in the refrigerator and not on the counter.
Keeping work areas clean and killing bacteria.
Cooking food to a safe internal temperature.
The best way to put out a grease fire
Smother it with a lid or use an extinguisher
How knives should be stored
Where you should have a fire extinguisher
In the kitchen, preferably near an exit.
Bacteria that causes food poisoning
How you lift the lid of a pan
Away from your face
Why steam can be harmful
It can burn you
This should be tied back when working in the kitchen
These should be washed before cooking
Hands, utensils, counters, cutting boards, fruits and vegetables
What can happen if you wear long baggie sleeves when cooking on the stove.
The sleeves could touch the burner or flame and catch on fire
Pan handles should be here when cooking
Turned to the side, not hanging out over the front of the stove.
When not using electrical appliances you should
Why you should not touch the burner on a stove.
It could be hot...you can't tell just by looking.
Never use these for removing hot things from the oven
Remove this completely from a can
When to clean up a spill
When to leave cooking food unattended
The reason to wash a platter after having raw meat on it
To prevent cross contamination when using it for other food.
One thing that is needed to wash dishes
Hot soapy water
Something that might cause a fire when cooking
Hot oil, pan overflowing, food left too long in microwave
Before opening a can you should do this
Wash the top