Remember To Keep Holiday Foods Cold Or Hot As Necessary
Published December 21, 2021 at 10:01 AM CST
Sarah Latham, Rains County Agrilife Extension Agent, offers advice on keeping holiday foods cold (40 degrees or colder) or hot (140 degrees or hotter) while being transported to their destination or after the meal.
John Mark Dempsey is the local host of Morning Edition on 88.9 KETR, as well as the public interest program The Blacklands Café. Dempsey is also the play-by-play announcer for Commerce Tigers Football on 88.9 FM and on ketr.org.