Experts agree that it is often more challenging to cook for large numbers of people, and that the result can be food-borne illness. The following tips should be helpful in preventing food-borne illness at your next large gathering.
Hiking, camping, and boating are good activities for active people and families, and in some parts of
the country you can enjoy the outdoors for 2 or 3 seasons. In many cases, these activities last all day and involve preparing at least one meal. If the food is not handled correctly, foodborne illness can be an unwelcome souvenir.