Grilling Quiz: Test Your Cooking Smarts
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American Lung Association: "Take Action for Clean Air."
Robert Briggs, professor, Culinary Institute of America.
Cattlemen's Beef Board and National Cattlemen's Association: "Safe and Healthy Meat Grilling Tips."
Colorado State University: "Do Grilled Foods Pose a Cancer Risk?"
County of Sacramento Environmental Management Department: "Summer Food Safety: Outdoor Grilling."
Davis, A. The Kansas Barbecue Society Cookbook, 25th Anniversary Edition, Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2010.
Environmental Protection Agency: "Estimation of Emissions from Charcoal Lighter Fluid and Review of Alternatives."
Bobby Flay: "Grilling Tips."
Food Network Good Eats: "Dis-Kabob-Ulated."
Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association: "Tips for Safe Barbecue."
Iowa State University: "Charcoal Grills Can Emit Deadly Carbon Monoxide."
Lowe's: "Maintaining and Cleaning Your Grill."
National Cancer Institute: "Cancer Myths," "Chemicals in Meat Cooked at High Temperatures and Cancer Risk."
National Institute of Fire and Safety Training: "Ready to Fire Up the Grill?"
National Fire Protection Association: "Grilling Safety Tips."
Pima County Department of Environmental Quality: "Healthier Ways to BBQ."
Plan for Your Health: "Safe Summer Grilling Tips."
Purdue University: "Grilling Meat."
Reuters: "Ammonia used in many foods, not just 'pink slime.'"
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control: "Prepare Meat, Eggs, and Fish Safely."
U.S. Department of Agriculture: "Safe Food Handling: Barbecue and Food Safety," "Meat Preparation."
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: "Have a Happy, Food Safe Father’s Day!"
University of Nebraska: "Grill It Safely!"
Virginia Tech: "Producing and Marketing Natural Wood 'Lump' Charcoal."
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