In this episode Don and Ben discover that they can talk about Food Safety for an hour more than once. And while talking every two weeks seems to work, actually getting stuff posted seems more difficult.
The link to the episode can be found here or at the bottom of this post.
Here are some link to some of the things they discussed:
- National food safety education month
- Google news time line food safety month
- Story Corps NPR, where Episode 00 of foodsafety talk will reside.
- Alar in apples, Don's introduction to food safety risk communication
- Alar, also known as Daminozide
- Keeping food safe during grilling season; also known as using the calendar for a lede.
- Ben laments the end of food safety month, 2009
- One different way to talk about food safety Also, Frank Zappa is awesome.
- The top-eleven list Episode 2 is all about
- The incredible David Letterman, who has popularized top 10 lists
- Leafy greens, and how they can be made safety, courtesy of our friends at the FDA
- Lots of Salmonella illnesses in eggs because a lot are eaten.. See also this FAO/WHO document
- The 2011 Wright county eggs Salmonella outbreak
- Lots of science on Scrombrotoxin in tuna
- Spinal tap turns it up to 11, so great
- A large outbreak of botulism: the deadly baked potato
- US Federal Risk Assessment for Listeria monocytogenes in Deli Meats
- Is free soft-serve ice cream for pregnant women a good idea? Probably not
- IAFP 2011 Annual Meeting abstracts (where Ben saw a bunch of presentations on internalization of Salmonella in tomatoes)
- The Almond Queen herself: No, she is not an evil queen. She only uses her powers for good.
- Bob Rusts's Sproutnet and Bob's Sanderson's Sprout company
- Celebrity barf, because it's ok to pander for page views.
- Emerging Infectious Diseases Outbreak of Salmonella enteritidis Associated with Nationally Distributed Ice Cream Products -- Minnesota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin, 1994
- Frozen berries seem to be problematic in Europe