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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinAnn View Post
    That would mean I'd take out my trusty thermometer and measure the food's temperatures.
    I thought you said rusty thermometer and I was thinking it probably wasn't a good idea to stick that into your food

    Quote Originally Posted by purplekitty View Post
    I have a stomach made of iron. We have left food out on the counter for hours and I still put in the fridge and eat it as leftovers. There is no way I'd be pitching scalloped potatoes and ham!
    I'm the opposite, if there's the slightest hint of a problem my stomach gets very angry with me so I'm super cautious. Rob could leave a ham on the table for 3 days and eat it without a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mare View Post
    Yeah, I wouldn't throw it out either. However, never, ever eat leftover crab rangoon. Trust me....
    Well, I'm about as likely to eat leftover crab as I am to eat freshly cooked crab - which is to say not at all!
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    Update - my husband ate the scalloped potatoes and he didn't die!

    That said, we make sure that the door is securely closed every night
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