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Tip/Question Of The Day 17th October 2018

Some Facts about Spices for Meat?

The world of seasoning — subtle, fiery, outrageous, sublime — is yours for exploring. The veteran cook who throws in a pinch of this and a pinch of that with reasoned abandon will discover some exciting new tastes.

For the less courageous, here are some combinations that will add international flavoring to your cooking:

American style …barbecue sauce
Italian style… tomatoes, oregano, garlic, basil
Mexican style…cilantro, cumin, oregano, garlic, chilies
Greek style… lemon, garlic, rosemary, mint, oregano
French style… white wine, tarragon, thyme, mustard
Russian style… low-fat sour cream, paprika, onion
Oriental style… ginger, sesame seeds, soy sauce, garlic
Indonesian style… peanut, lime, ginger
Caribbean style… lime, rum, allspice, ginger, garlic
Indian style… curry powder, garlic, chili powder, cinnamon

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News of the Week 17th October 2018

FoodKeeper App

The FoodKeeper app has received an update! The update adds 85 new food items to the FoodKeeper, including chorizo, prosciutto, edamame, fresh salsa, canned tuna, cereal bars, and salad dressings.

The FoodKeeper app provides guidance on the safe handling, preparation and storage of foods. The app offers specific storage timelines for the refrigerator, freezer, and pantry for various products including meat, poultry, produce, seafood, dairy products and eggs, and more. The app educates consumers and provides many different resources that can help reduce the risk of foodborne illness.

With the app, users can:

  • Access cooking tips and methods for various types of meat, poultry and seafood products.
  • Add products to their device’s calendar and receive notifications when they are nearing the end of their recommended storage date.
  • Receive information on food safety recalls.
  • Search food and beverages in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
    The app is available for Android and Apple devices, and since its launch in April 2015, it has been downloaded nearly 182,000 times. For those that do not have access to a smartphone, the FoodKeeper app can also be accessed at foodsafety.gov/foodkeeper.