Food Safety Talk, a bi-weekly podcast for food safety nerds, by food safety nerds. The podcast is hosted by Ben Chapman and barfblog contributor Don Schaffner, Extension Specialist in Food Science and Professor at Rutgers University. Every two weeks or so, Ben and Don get together virtually and talk for about an hour.
They talk about what’s on their minds or in the news regarding food safety, and popular culture. They strive to be relevant, funny and informative — sometimes they succeed. You can download the audio recordings right from the website, or subscribe using iTunes.
This week’s episode has some audio quality issues towards the end. Listen to find out why. As usual, here are show notes so you can follow along at home.
- Beats by Dre
- Donald Trump Couldn’t Stop Sniffing … Again
- Official Toronto Blue Jays Website
- New York Mets – Wikipedia
- Licensed to Ill – Wikipedia
- When the Power Is Out – When to Refreeze Frozen Food and When to Throw It Out | NC State University
- Refrigerated Food and Power Outages: When to Save and When to Throw Out | FoodSafety.gov
- Produce cannot safely be salvaged in flooded areas | Food Safety News
- Safely Using Produce from Flooded Gardens, U Wisc.
- 122 report illness after eating Mighty Taco refried beans
- Growth of Clostridium perfringens during cooling of refried beans. – PubMed
- Salmonella test prompts microgreens recall
- Osage Gardens Inc. Recalls Osage Gardens Organic 2oz Micro Greens Because of Possible Health Risk
- Nestlé recalls Drumstick cones after listeria test
- Nestlé USA Initiates Voluntary Recall Of Nestlé Drumstick Club 16 Count Variety and 24 Count Vanilla Pack Due to Possible Health Risk
- Nestlé Recall press release, Drumstick Variety Packs
- Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy – Wikipedia
- Super Troopers (2001)
- Star Trek Beyond
- Goodnights & Factory Restaurant
- AMolecular Evidence of Oysters as Vehicle of Norovirus GII
- Las Cruces, New Mexico – Wikipedia
- Grateful Dead – El Paso – 6-26-94 – YouTube
- I’m a Doctor. If I Drop Food on the Kitchen Floor, I Still Eat It
- Dr. Oz Asks: Is Your Poop Normal or Not?