Food safety is crucial around the holidays, starting with Thanksgiving dinner. Photo courtesy of USDA. Audio courtesy of Rod Bain with USDA.
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Feeling queasy after a good Thanksgiving meal should come from eating too much of a good thing, not from an improperly-handled turkey. But even the best laid plans go awry; suppose a guest informs you he or she will be late?
Extension educator Alice Henneman with University of Nebraska Extension says there’s no reason to worry.
What about guests who push lunch back to dinnertime, or inform you belatedly that the weekend would work better? Henneman says that’s not a problem either.