Core Cooking

Tip of the Week It is a legal requirement to record core cooking temperatures of high risk foods that you cook Daily Each Day, record the core cooking temperature of a selection of high risk protein items (chicken, burger, curries, stews, fish etc.). Cook all high...

Freezing

Tip of the Week There are generally two types of food which get frozen on site:- – Foods which you batch cook on site then freeze for reheating later – Foods which are purchased fresh (i.e. chicken or meat) that you have as surplus, so you freeze to extend...

Cool it!

Tip of the Week The food safety regulations require you to cool food to as low a temperature as possible within 90 minutes to enable you to then refrigerate it. There is a very good reason for this….. Bacteria can multiply at an alarming rate when high risk foods are...