Handle With Care – The Key to Safe Easter Eggs
“Put all your eggs in one basket and then watch that basket!” ~ Andrew Carnegie

“Put all your eggs in one basket and then watch that basket!” ~ Andrew Carnegie

You might not see a brightly colored Easter egg as a dangerous object, but real eggs used on Easter egg hunts could harbor salmonella – a bacteria that can make you, and your family, sick if you eat it.

Today’s guest is MU Extension nutrition specialist Tammy Roberts. She has tips for a safe Easter egg hunt and how to choose fresh eggs.

 

 

Follow Rules When Preparing Easter Eggs