Someone hangs their pocketbook on a door handle in a public restroom. The pocketbook strap picks up a bunch of germs from people leaving. The owner of the pocketbook brings it to a restaurant and puts it on the table. Now the table has "restroom germs" on it. On top of that, she carries the bag by the straps, so her hands get the germs of them, and everything she touches becomes contaminated too.
Cross contamination as defined in culinary terms refers to two or more types of raw food coming in contact with one another. All foods contain different types of bacteria, and when those different types of bacteria make contact with one another, they can cause food poisoning. One example would be cutting raw chicken on the same board you cut fish on without sanitizing between tasks. Cross contamination could also refer to chemical or particle exposure to food. If bleach, soap or other chemicals end up in the food, it can make someone very sick. If glass or other fragments end up in the food, it can injure a person. For more information on food safety, visit http://www.servsafe.com.
by billd01603 4 years ago
What does Queen Elizabeth carry in that pocketbook?I mean isn't everything taken care of for her. Car keys? She has a chauffer. Wallet? I'm sure she doesn't have much of a need. Beauty supplies, I'm sure that's taken care of by a team of makeup and hair artists. Cell phone? I'm sure communication...
by Catherine Dean 6 years ago
If you had the money to spend, would you pay $16,000 for a pocketbook?
by Ralph Schwartz 2 years ago
So now that North Carolina passed a law protecting the overwhelming majority of the states population from being subjected to cross-dressers infiltrating the wrong rest room, the world in in a PC panic. Today the Mayor of San Fransisco announce city workers were banned from travelling to,a...
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