In this episode Don and Ben discover that they can indeed talk about Food Safety for an hour. This episode they talk about why they decided to do a podcast and about restaurant inspection.
Here are some link to some of the things they discussed:
- Ben's work homepage
- Don's work homepage
- Governmental food safety podcast that shall remain unnamed.
- Barfblog, Where Ben and Doug mostly and Don rarely blogs.
- Don's super secret National Academy of Sciences panel on publishing FSIS establishment specific data.
- USDA FSIS Freedom of Information Act page
- Indicator organisms background information
- The book Poisoned on the Jack-in-box-Outbreak.
- An article by Cruz et al. on the ability of routine restaurant inspections to predict food-borne outbreaks.
- Another article by Jones et al. on restaurant inspection scores and foodborne disease.
- The awesome International Association for Food Protection - IAFP
- StoryCorps, who recently interviewed folks from IAFP for our 100th anniversary.
- Mandated labels on raw meat that are perhaps not all that useful.
- Frampton Comes Alive, which came out when Don was in High School and Ben wasn't.
- FDA Listeria risk ranking
- A food safety expert we'd like to interview.
- North Carolina's restaurant inspection system.
- Wake county restaurant sanitation grades.
- The sort of restaurant inspection results that Don used to read back when there were newspapers.
- A popular chain, let's call them Billi's
- The 5by5 network, our inspiration.
- And some of our 5by5 appearances.
And here is the podcast: