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At some point in our lives, we almost all rinsed our Christmas turkey under the tap. The water droplets that come in contact with the raw meat can spread all over the sink, the tap, the towels and nearby work surfaces spreading harmful bacteria that can cause food poisoning. The turkey that we buy can carry two dangerous bacteria in their uncooked state: the first is called campylobacter, and the second, which is one you’ve probably heard about, is salmonella.
The festive season is in full swing and for those in charge of serving up the highly-anticipated Christmas dinner, it can prove a last-minute headache.With an extensive shopping list, the in-laws set to trial the turkey and a miniature oven in your flat – there’s nothing more intimidating than feeding the family.But panic not, as we’ve rounded up the failsafe ways to tackle the big day this year.From freezing the turkey in advance (shock, horror) to chef-recommended ways of serving up sprouts this season, look no further for the ultimate Christmas dinner cheat sheet.You’re welcome.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: 14 unexpected health benefits of mulled wineThe Christmas foods you’re cooking all wrongHow many calories is too much on Christmas Day?
It’s been enough time since Christmas now that it’s finally time to reconsider eating those leftovers still sat in the fridge. Sadly, it’s probably time to offer up most of those Christmas treats to the bin unless you’ve popped them in the freezer already. According to Adam Hardgrave, food safety expert at the Food Standards Agency, any leftover turkey or ham should really be eaten within 48 hours unless it’s been frozen.
We all do it – stock up on enough food to feed a small army for Christmas. Then days later, we’re still scratching our heads wondering what to do with everything that’s left.Still got mountains of food to get through? Here are some ideas of what to do with your leftovers.
At this time of year, it’s all about turkey.Of course, you don’t have to stick with the big bird at Christmas. There are plenty of other options out there. But the stalwarts among us won’t have anything else served up during the festive seasonHowever, just because you’re sticking with turkey, it doesn’t mean you can’t jazz it up a bit. How about some of these?
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You may lament the Americanisation of the world with the Black Friday sales, new burger joints popping up on every street corner and an alarming overuse of the word ‘awesome’. But Thanksgiving dinner is one US tradition any carnivore can get behind. Everyone knows the best thing about Christmas is the food, so why not see Thanksgiving as a delicious warm up to the main event? Plus you get to eat pumpkin pie, which is awesome*