The ideal temperature for keeping food warm in the oven until it is time to serve is between 140 degrees and 165 degrees Fahrenheit. Since harmful bacteria can grow when the temperature in the oven falls under 140 degree... More »

There are many ways to keep food warm at a party, including using chafing dishes, keeping an oven or roaster on low heat or using portable insulated bags to store food. These methods may be more or less effective dependi... More »

A list of warm-blooded animals would include all mammals and birds (with very few exceptions), such as apes, monkeys, whales, elephants, cheetahs, giraffes, dogs, cats, pigs and humans. All reptiles, amphibians, fish and... More »

Between 66 and 78 degrees Fahrenheit (20 to 25 degrees Celsius) is considered room temperature, according to the West Midlands Public Health Observatory in the U.K. The average value of 23 degrees Celsius is commonly giv... More »

Reheating shrimp is safe, provided that the leftovers are reheated to a temperature of at least 165 degrees Fahrenheit. A food thermometer can confirm the internal temperature of the shrimp, and reheating to 165 degrees ... More »

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A good reference when cooking pork butt roast is to cook 55 to 85 minutes for every pound of meat at 275 F. Because of the inherent marbling and tougher meat on this cut, cooking at a low temperature for a long period of... More »

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The questions on food safety tests vary by certification programs and state requirements, but most tests ask questions in several categories, including preventing contamination, monitoring the flow of foods and ensuring ... More »

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