Agrilife Extension Resources

We offer educational resources, including online certifications for Texas food handlers, on cooking and food safety. Whether you are a cottage food producer, a farmer’s market vendor or you are cooking for your family, our resources teach all Texans the basics of safe food handling, preparation, cooking, serving and storing.

Related Departments: Food Science & Technology, Nutrition

 

 

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Showing results for: Cooking & Food Safety
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    This classroom set (25 copies) of the 10 Garden Kitchen Recipes highlight the 12 nutrient dense vegetables featured in the Learn, Grow, Eat & GO! curricula.

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    The purpose of this handbook is to enhance learning activities related to the production, processing, distribution, and consumption of dairy foods.

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    This publication is for food managers in the food-service industry to learn proper food safety practices.

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    This publication is for food managers in the food-service industry to learn proper food safety practices.

    Esta publicación está destinada a que los administradores de alimentos de la industria de servicios de alimentos aprendan las prácticas adecuadas de seguridad alimentaria.

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    Created by teachers, this multifaceted garden, nutrition, and physical activities curriculum is evidence-based and academically rich.

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    This 24-page downloadable cookbook contains three days’ worth of recipes that can easily be made with minimal preparation, ingredients, and resources.

    Note: This is a paid downloadable publication.

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    This 7-page fact sheet discusses the various causes of cork taint in wine and ways to prevent contamination.

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    Set of five children’s books featured in the Learn, Grow, Eat & Go! curriculum.

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    Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) most often occurs from a violent blow or jolt to the head or body, such as from a motor vehicle accident or fall-but, it can also occur from an object penetrating the skull (e.g., bullet, nail, and many other objects). The three major effects of TBI include physical, cognitive, behavioral, and […]

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    View illustrations of quality grades of slaughter steers (USDA).