How To Stay Safe While Tailgating In Denver

December 16, 2012 7:00 AM

How To Stay Safe While Tailgating In Denver

" Keep the smiles going with a safe tailgate (Credit, John DiTirro)

" Safety is more than a position on the field; it’s your line of defense in the tailgate arena. At Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Bronco fans hit the lots to celebrate before the game and with that comes some responsibility. Whether you’re with a crowd or just a few, these simple safety tips will keep your tailgating experience out of the danger zone. Food

The main event at any tailgating party is food, and no matter what form it comes in, it is important to remember a few basics. Keep your hands, cooking area and cooking utensils clean. When handling meats, clean and prep them ahead of time keeping them in a cool, dry place until they make it to the grill. Wrap meats in butchers paper, plastic wrap or foil to ensure they remain clean. Condiments and side dishes should also be watched closely; and kept at a cool, regular temperature. If they have been sitting out for a while, cover them with plastic wrap and place them in a cooler for a few minutes "

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