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    Default Roast BBQ pre-cooked chicken safe?

    Like the kind you can buy from the deli, already cooked & kept hot in their warmers.. ??
    I want to buy one today, store it the fridge and then re-heat it tomorrow.
    Can I?
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    Yes, I did that the other day. At Christmas time, a lot of chicken shops have Christmas eve pick-up of their orders that people eat on Christmas day. Just put it straight in the fridge.

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    Make sure you reheat REALLY well. Or even just your pieces. I got sick from one last pregnancy but I only 'warmed' it thinking back. No one else in the family was sick from it. Just preggo mumma lol - I might have eaten all the stuffing too *hangs head*.

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    I NEVER would!! My partner's father used to work in the council and routinely shut down those deli's (in leading supermarkets!) for poor hygiene practices, etc, so DP won't even let me buy those chickens when I'm not pregnant. Last pregnancy I just cooked up my own roast chickens, but would never reheat them - apparently chicken seems to be the worst culprit out of all the meats. Chicken's not really a problem for me though - I miss ham and runny eggs the most!!

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    Oh joy

    DH is a vegetarian and my DS will only pick at it, but I'm determined to make a roast tomorrow for Easter dinner and buying one already done for me is the best option. No point in roasting from scratch when I'm pretty much the only one who'll eat it. (Well, me and the cats, I'm sure ) Plus they taste delish BBQ'd from the supermarket

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    Me personally, I wouldn't.

    If you're the only one that is going to be eating chicken, why not just bake some drumsticks for yourself?

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    If its really hot you can't get listeria, you might still get food poisoning. I would probably buy some lovely lamb cutlets, or some chicken pieces and bake those instead. You would have to throw away all the remaining BBQ crook after reheating anyway so just get a lovely expensive cutof meat for yourself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelLexiesmum View Post
    I NEVER would!! My partner's father used to work in the council and routinely shut down those deli's (in leading supermarkets!) for poor hygiene practices, etc, so DP won't even let me buy those chickens when I'm not pregnant. Last pregnancy I just cooked up my own roast chickens, but would never reheat them - apparently chicken seems to be the worst culprit out of all the meats. Chicken's not really a problem for me though - I miss ham and runny eggs the most!!
    oops, saw this before my last post. That's no good... I was concerned about the change in temperature mainly, from it being kept hot in the shop, then stored in my fridge and then re-heated..
    Hmmm, maybe I'll just but a small roast beef and whack it the oven myself.. hope the supermarkets have some left!
    But I really want BBQ chicken!
    Confused now..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bambino View Post
    Me personally, I wouldn't.

    If you're the only one that is going to be eating chicken, why not just bake some drumsticks for yourself?
    Yes, this may be a plan. I wont be taking any risks. Thanks all

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    I wouldnt. I'd only eat it fresh, and I'd also only buy one that's literally only just come out of the oven (I'd call the store to ask when they cook their chickens).
    I'm really funny with chicken though.

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