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Avoid Food Poisoning During Summer Picnics

parents with daughters having picnic

When I think about summer picnics, I think about family. I think about my cousins, aunts, uncles, kids running around, a pavilion, and an enormous buffet table loaded with delicious food. The quantity of side dishes and desserts is exceeded only by the number of dad jokes we’re forced to endure. Since I’ve been working Read More >

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Do 1 Thing: Food

By Cate Shockey This blog is part of a series, covering a preparedness topic each month from the Do 1 Thing Program.  Join us this month as we tackle “food.” A delicious topic – food!  As a super picky eater with minimal cooking skills, a prepackaged stockpile is right up my alley.   The Do 1 Read More >

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Emergency Kit Cook-Off: A Dash of Planning… Pinch of Preparedness… a World of Difference

By: Ethan M. Riley Staff meetings for the Arizona Division of Emergency Management (ADEM) Public Information Office (PIO) are pretty run of the mill. We review the past week’s accomplishments, divvy up assignments for the coming week and forecast projects for the weeks ahead. We talk a lot of “shop,” but also make time to Read More >

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Delicious Disasters

What happens when you combine delectable delights with mother nature?  You get foods named after disasters. While we’re not sure if the actual disasters inspired the creative chefs to name these delights, we’re sure that they are delicious. Read More >

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