Prairie Fare: Be the Grill Master This Spring
This spring and summer, be sure to be careful when cooking outdoors. Using a grill can be dangerous if not done right; fires can start, bacteria can remain in food, and unwanted guests can make camp during the winter. North Dakota State University warns us to be aware of the recommended cooking temperatures: burgers to an internal temperature of 160 degrees Fahrenheit, and chicken and other poultry to 165 degrees Fahrenheit. Add plenty of fruits and vegetables (which are great grilled!) to your menu and make sure to thank your cook.
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