Make your kitchen health inspector approved
As per the nytimes.com here is are some health basics for your kitchen:
- Make sure to clear the sink of dishes and pans before washing hands, and use different towels to dry hands and cookware. Have liquid soap and paper towels in your bathroom for hand-washing.
- Make sure your cutting boards don’t have nicks and grooves where bacteria can grow. If they do, you can sand or replace them. Bacteria can also thrive inside cracks in floor tiles and wood countertops.
- Make sure your refrigerator is working properly and keep it on a cold setting.
- Don’t let food linger on countertops a long time before cooking and serving it.
- Keep pets off countertops and dining tables.
- Damp dish towels can breed bacteria. Keep them clean and dry, or use paper towels.
Read the full article By Henry Alford – Would the City Shut Down Your Kitchen? – here.