Don't Get the Barbecue Blues
It's that time of year again. Every summer, four out of ten families will heat up the coals and pile on sausages, burgers, chicken and steaks and all those things that make for a good barbecue. It's great way to eat - but unfortunately it can also be a great way to get food poisoning. Following a few simple rules will minimise the risk of an unhappy ending to your outdoor fun.
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