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December 8, 2011
By CPO Jason Barker
THE traditional Christmas lunch can
taste fantastic and be a hit with family
But the last thing anyone wants
is a bout of food poisoning, ruining
Christmas for yourself and probably the
More than 27,000 cases of food-
borne illness were reported in Australia
during 2009, affecting 2680 people, put-
ting 342 in hospital and causing eight
This is the tip of the iceberg, as most
people don't report food poisoning and
only 20 per cent seek medical help.
Many of these cases come from the fam-
Home kitchen benches, ovens, stoves
and fridges are designed to cater for the
average sized family and may not be
suitable for preparing or storing large
amounts of food.
By applying a few food-handling tips,
people can safely get through the festive
season and the rest of the year.
Wash hands in hot soapy water and
dry before food preparation and
when switching between food to be
cooked and food eaten raw.
Use separate chopping knives and
boards when preparing foods to be
cooked and those to be eaten raw.
Meat can be thawed at room tem-
perature but must be cooked as soon
as thawed. Ideally all meat should be
thawed in the fridge.
Stuffing inside chickens and turkeys
can reduce cooking temperature,
so it is best cooked separately and
added before serving.
Sausages, mince dishes and poultry
must be cooked all the way through.
Store food at the appropriate temper-
ature: chilled food less than 5°C or
hot cooked food greater than 60°C.
Bacteria will grow rapidly between
5°C and 60°C.
Place leftovers in the fridge as soon
as cooked food stops steaming.
Re-use leftovers within two-to-three
days and reheat thoroughly and rap-
idly to above 60°C.
If in doubt, throw it out.
Those who follow these simple steps
can be confident that when they're feel-
ing sick on Boxing Day, it won't be
because of the food.
Don't let bad hygiene
ruin Christmas lunch
THE Christmas and New Year peri-
od is an opportunity to catch up with
family and friends and to relax.
It can also be an opportunity to
hear the story forever new of the
birth of Jesus Christ, and to experi-
ence again a sense of awe and won-
der, to hear the invitation to discover
the signs of goodness and beauty,
of hope, of joy, a time to renew and
deepen relationships. A time when we
long for peace and goodwill among
The Christmas story invites us to
look beyond the baby in the crib and
to notice the presence of God. The
Christmas story tells us about peo-
ple trying to do their best, in unex-
pected situations -- a couple forced
to go to another town for the birth of
their child, an innkeeper trying to find
accommodation for the couple, the
human drama of the birth of a baby,
the shepherds seeing the signals of
hope and beauty. In all of this, God is
born for us in this child.
Despite our best planning, unex-
pected things happen: when things
go wrong, when tragedy hits fami-
lies, when fires and floods destroy the
things that are important to us. In the
unexpected there is always the oppor-
tunity to see goodness and beauty that
surrounds us. Where stories of kind-
ness and compassion are told, that go
beyond the darkness of despair.
In whatever way we will spend
this Christmas and New Year peri-
A time for reflection
od, let us take the opportunity to
rejoice in what we have achieved
in 2011, and embrace the gift of the
unexpected -- God is with us. May
we be open to signals of love and
hope for ourselves, our families
and friends, and our world.
-- Principal Chaplain
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