Food Storage Shelf Life Guidelines For The Refrigerator and Freezer

March 2nd, 2012 by Craig Mullins

Ever wondered about the shelf life of various food items after you put them in the refrigerator and freezer? So do I! I found this great chart from FoodSafety.gov that lets you know how long Aunt Jackie’s Turkey will stay good for. 🙂 Food Storage Times for the Refrigerator and Freezer These short but safe […]

Egg Storage Life Chart – How Long Does An Egg Last

March 2nd, 2012 by Craig Mullins

Ever wondered how long an egg last in it’s various forms? FoodSafety.gov is here to answer your questions… Egg Storage Chart Product Refrigerator Freezer Raw eggs in shell 3 to 5 weeks Do not freeze. Instead, beat yolks and whites together; then freeze. Raw egg whites 2 to 4 days 12 months Raw egg yolks […]

How To Get Long Range WIFI With A WIFI Signal Booster Bridge

March 2nd, 2012 by Craig Mullins

The good ole folks at Country Mile WIFI (Facebook page) agreed to let me put up this post about “How to Setup a Long Distance WiFi Bridge”. If ya have any questions about WIFI, be sure to ask here in the comments or on their facebook page. They are most helpful. And be sure and […]

Who’s Ready For Some Wheatgrass Shots?

February 28th, 2012 by Craig Mullins

Who’s Ready For Some Wheatgrass Shots? Been trying out Wheatgrass the past week. It’s not too bad. 🙂 Who wants to come over for a juice party?  

Top California Food Handlers Card Test Takeaways

February 28th, 2012 by Craig Mullins

Top takeaways from the California Food Handlers Card Test. The “Top 5” Pathogens That Cause Sickness Shigella E. Coli Salmonella Hepatitis A Norovisus Salmonella is the most common bacterial illness in the United States. Commonly found in meat; especially poultry. If a food worker gets a cut on the hand or wrist the worker must […]

I Got My California Food Handlers Certificate Today

February 28th, 2012 by Craig Mullins

Kind of an interesting test I took yesterday about food safety. Every high school home Ec class should offer this. Lot’s of good info. I’ll post some of the notes I took about the class later.

March 1st Is National Pig Day

February 28th, 2012 by Craig Mullins

Started by sisters Ellen Stanley of Lubbock, Texas and Mary Lynne Rave of Beaufort, North Carolina in 1972, the purpose of National Pig Day is honor the domestic pig and “its rightful, though generally unrecognized, place as one of man’s most intellectual and domesticated animals.” National Pig Day activities across the United States include events […]