Cooking outdoors safety

Cooking and eating food outdoors makes it taste infinitely better than the same meal prepared and consumed indoors.

These are the words of Fennel Hudson and well, we couldn’t agree more. There’s just something about cooking outdoors that makes you want to do it over and over again. In we understand that desire more than anyone and if you feel the same way, alpes inox outdoor bbq kitchen cabinets are exactly what you’re looking for. 

Cooking outdoors

We all love it, don’t we? No matter the weather, cooking outdoors makes you feel relaxed, happy, and content. But remember to always follow the safety guidelines - they are made for a reason. Enjoy your time outside without worrying about the safety of your food and your guests' wellbeing. team has gathered some tips for you to keep in mind while cooking outdoors. 

How to transport your food safely? 

  • store your food in outside coolers to make sure the cold food stays cold. 
  • prevent cross-contamination by keeping raw meat, poultry, and seafood properly wrapped. 
  • try to minimise opening the coolers as much as possible so they maintain the right temperature. 
  • always wash your products - even if the label says “ready to eat”. Better safe than sorry! 

Grilling tips

Once you start outdoor cooking with alpes inox outdoor bbq kitchen cabinets you will immediately feel like it’s the only way you want to cook from now on - we’ve all been there in However, make sure that before you start your bbq marathon, you know your safe grilling tips: 

  • don’t reuse platters and plates that you previously used for raw foods. 
  • always marinate your food in the refrigerator. 
  • cook your food thoroughly - a food thermometer may come in handy. 
  • make sure all your utensils are clean - wash them each time you use them for raw foods to prevent cross-contamination. 

Keep things separate

One of the main safety rules you need to follow at all times, not only when cooking outdoors, is keeping your foods separate at all times. 

  • always use different cutting boards for raw meat, poultry, fish, and other sea foods, fruits, and vegetables. Preferably color-coordinated for easier distinction. 
  • don’t reuse the marinade that you previously used for raw meat or poultry. 
  • keep raw meat, poultry, and other foods separately - in both grocery bags and refrigerator. 
  • remember to use different plates for different foods - don’t put your raw meat on the plate where you previously had your chicken. 

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