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Keep food poisoning away from tailgate parties

By Randy LaBauve at rlabauve@agcenter.lsu.edu
BATON ROUGE— Fall has arrived and so have football tailgate parties. But the festive atmosphere can quickly turn somber if tailgaters get sick from food poisoning.
“It’s important to correctly cook everything to prevent foodborne illnesses,” said Mandy Armentor, LSU AgCenter nutrition agent in Vermillion Parish. “It may seem obvious, but it’s really important.”
The four key rules for tailgate food safety are to separate, clean, cook and chill, Armentor said.

Second graders at St. Edmund study plants

The second grade students in Mary Joubert’s class at St. Edmund Catholic School have been studying plants in their science class. Each student planted bean seeds and cared for the plants. They also created projects about plants that grow around Louisiana and presented their project to the class. Seated, in front, from left, are Jackson Landry, Chloe Fontenot,Coy LeDoux and Joseph Bordelon. In back, from left, are, Rowe Klein, Ben Miller, Camille Cormier, Max Smith, Mary Grace Mayeaux, Trip Fontenot, Joseph Oliver, Lily Vidrine, Jeslyn West and Jack Aucoin. (Submitted Photo)

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