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Elizabeth L. Andress

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Elizabeth Andress is a food safety specialist with University of Georgia Extension.
Area(s) of Expertise: Food Preservation, Food Safety, Food Sanitation, Food Service Sanitation

Stories

11/26/18 - Enjoy Georgia-grown apples now and later 11/16/18 - UGA Extension food safety specialist says cook ahead and freeze holiday meals and treats 11/16/18 - Fried turkey can be tasty, but safety rules must be followed closely 11/16/18 - Cooking and freezing soups and stews in advance takes the stress off cooking later 11/16/18 - Food safety key when roasting a turkey 06/13/18 - Prepare your kitchen for canning produce this summer 02/19/18 - Elizabeth Andress named Postsecondary FACS Teacher of the Year 11/28/17 - Be sure homemade gifts are safe to eat 11/16/17 - Fried turkeys are moist, but they can cause a fire emergency 11/16/17 - Cook ahead and freeze holiday meals and treats 09/06/17 - Stock emergency food and water supplies in preparation for storms 10/05/16 - Store food, water for troublesome times 06/15/16 - If you plan to home-can your summer harvest, be sure to have the right supplies on hand 02/17/16 - Make homemade fruit roll-up snacks using a food dehydrator, UGA Extension recipe 12/16/15 - UGA Cooperative Extension training Georgia's food industry on the importance of food safety 09/24/15 - Following proper guidelines is key for safe pumpkin preserves 07/16/15 - National Center for Home Food Preservation launches youth canning curriculum: "Put it Up!" 04/30/15 - UGA food safety expert: Proper food preparation can prevent botulism 11/20/14 - Make sure homemade gifts are safe this holiday season 11/21/13 - Don't let foodborne illness take the happy out of your holiday gatherings 11/21/12 - Andress Receives National Award for Excellence in Extension 11/09/11 - Bring the perfect holiday bird to the table 11/09/11 - Use care when frying a turkey 09/20/11 - For safety sake, clean cantaloupe rinds before slicing melon 08/18/11 - Website connects Georgians with instant UGA Extension information 08/04/11 - Simple steps keep food safe at home 08/04/11 - Jams and jellies: Can at home safely 06/16/11 - Consumers stretch food dollars, preserve more produce 01/27/11 - Be safe eating homemade gifts 11/11/10 - Bring the perfect holiday bird to the table 07/08/10 - Drying is another option for storing fruits, vegetables 06/24/10 - Proper vegetable canning keeps goodness in, toxins out 02/04/10 - Check your cooking staples 01/28/10 - Keep food safety first in your kitchen 01/28/10 - Foodborne illness, cause for concern 01/07/10 - Powerless appliances lose helpfulness quickly 11/19/09 - Send a taste of home to troops overseas 09/17/09 - Dry food to preserve the harvest 07/09/09 - Keep lunch safe 07/02/09 - Clean produce before enjoying 07/02/09 - Food preservation doesn’t save money for everyone 02/06/09 - Georgians walk their way to better health 02/06/09 - Salmonella recalls: Don't be afraid, be informed 12/18/08 - Cranberry recipes liven up holiday tables, gifts 12/04/08 - Check your cooking staples 11/06/08 - Don't wait too long to enjoy holiday leftovers 11/04/08 - Remembering troops with treats at the holidays 09/11/08 - Don’t get penalized for bad tailgating food 07/23/08 - Preserving food at home can be rewarding, costly 06/25/08 - Clean produce with water and 'elbow grease' 06/05/08 - Water bottle safety a concern 05/15/08 - Meat prices on the rise 02/21/08 - From garden to grub: Ratatouille brings vegetables to table 12/06/07 - Safe dishes are prepared by safe cooks 08/16/07 - Canned-food recalls reveal broad use of co-packing 02/22/07 - Pick a peck of pickles from your garden this year 12/07/06 - Dec. 11 deadline approaching for military packages 10/26/06 - With juice, follow the refrigeration guidelines 10/10/06 - New edition of 'So Easy to Preserve' available 05/25/06 - Make churned treats without food-poisoning fear 08/31/05 - Ice cream recall serves up cold reminder 01/20/05 - Use care when adding edibles to care packages 11/18/04 - Deep-fried turkey moister than traditional 09/16/04 - What's safe to refreeze and what's not? 09/15/04 - Not just bread & milk 03/03/04 - Norovirus infects UGA students, still spreading 02/16/04 - Freezing vegetables stretches garden's bounty 12/23/03 - Canning can add flavor, spice, fun to winter 12/11/03 - Freeze holiday dinner leftovers, 'planned-overs' 12/04/03 - Avoid mishaps when frying your holiday turkey 10/23/03 - Preserve Halloween pumpkin for holiday cooking 09/04/03 - Don't neglect food safety while rooting for team 06/19/03 - Irradiated meat not popular but safe, experts say 06/03/03 - Web site tells how to safely preserve food at home 02/20/03 - Emergency food supply always a good idea 12/17/02 - Calibrate food thermometer before Xmas cooking 11/06/02 - What do the dates really mean? 10/30/02 - Food recalls: What do they really mean? 10/17/02 - Don't neglect food safety this football season 11/06/00 - Produce Washes Effective at Removing Pathogens 10/21/99 - For Safety, Stainless Steel Kitchen Sinks Clean Best 10/01/99 - Y2K or Not, Emergency Food Supply a Good Idea 10/01/99 - Can You 'Can' Drinking Water For Emergencies? 08/04/99 - Canning Again? Take Care to Keep It Safe 07/14/99 - Tomatoes, Other Produce Lose Flavor in Fridge 07/14/99 - Leafy Veggies Like Cool Temps 12/23/98 - Microwaved Eggs Can Burst With Flavor, or Just Explode 06/10/98 - New Food Service Manual Helps Personal Care Homes 04/29/98 - Irradiated Meat Safer, but Still Worries Some 12/17/97 - Handle Holiday Foods With Care 06/02/97 - New Rinses for Produce May Not Beat Tap Water 10/21/96 - Georgians Getting Together to Fight Hunger 10/14/96 - Head to the Patch to Pick the Perfect Pumpkin 02/05/96 - Fat-Free Fat a Dieters Dream?