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  • John Lenss

    Make the most of your meat: 8 steak grilling tips from Chef Michael Vignola of Strip House Midtown | Fox News

  • Golden Phoenix

    Meat and poultry have been linked to hundreds of outbreaks involving thousands of cases of foodborne illness, according to a report from the Center for Science in the Public Interest, which is now ranking meat products based on their relative risks.

  • Hope Wenk

    Even though the meat lookes cooked, meat has to reached a high enough temperature to kill the E-Coli bacteria. Use food thermometers ... and meats, even hamburgers, should always be cooked to 160 degrees at the thickest part of the meat.

  • Everyday Health

    Tricolor pepper steak with lots of mixed vegetables.

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