Sunday, April 24, 2011

Is It Safe To Eat Dyed Easter Eggs?

According to Susan Westmoreland, food director for Good Housekeeping, in the April 2010 issue, you can display your eggs and dish them up too, provided you follow these  guidelines:

1. Use food-grade dyes - egg-coloring kits, as well as liquid gel, and paste colors for cake decorating , are safe choices.
2. Don't color eggs that crack during cooking (they're safe to eat if immediately refigerated, but otherwise are easy targets for bacteria).
3. Whether you hide eggs for an Easter hunt or use them as centerpieces, if they have been out at room temperature for more than two hours, discard them.

Have a safe and wonderful Easter!


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