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    The link that hunnybun posted says pork is ok as long as its thoroughly cooked and eaten hot.

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    I live on pork.

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    That food site was really good..
    but my gosh I have been eating some of the DO NOT EAT foods and thought I was being pretty careful..

    I thought Ham was only bad buying from the Deli as the slicer can have the listeria or something? So buying a leg of ham for xmas and eating the ham sliced off that at home would be ok?

    When I have this baby im going to eat all those foods like crazy! sux I want them more now that i cant have them..

    Cold prawns I would have thought definately no..only cooked fresh ones.

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    subscribing just so i can see we got a ham with our chrisco, i asked DR about it and she said it's fine as long as it's cooked

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    Food that you are cooking and cooling yourself as long as cooked and cooled properly is perfectly fine.. The prawn issue generally lies with the cooked stuff u can buy in the delis, etc but I wouldn't stress if u r cooking yourself..

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    Quote Originally Posted by andi84 View Post
    Food that you are cooking and cooling yourself as long as cooked and cooled properly is perfectly fine.. The prawn issue generally lies with the cooked stuff u can buy in the delis, etc but I wouldn't stress if u r cooking yourself..
    Thats what I was thinking myself. If its cooked to a high enough temperature, cooled properly and eaten ASAP nasties shouldnt have a chance to breed. I definately would not eat prawns that were bought pre-cooked though... thats a bit dodgy!

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    Thanks for starting this thread Giggle! I woke up this morning wondering the same thing as I have an early Christmas lunch this Saturday. We always have home cooked but cooled meats, I plan to eat them but stay away from the prawns as they'll most likley be the cooked deli bought ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andi84 View Post
    Food that you are cooking and cooling yourself as long as cooked and cooled properly is perfectly fine.. The prawn issue generally lies with the cooked stuff u can buy in the delis, etc but I wouldn't stress if u r cooking yourself..
    This ^

    I wouldn't eat cold prawns off a buffet, but I have no hesitation in eating them straight from the fish monger to home.

    It's all about common sense really, if food is sitting around (particularly meats etc) then no, but if you cook the food fresh and eat it straight away then it's fine. Baked ham that has been cooked at home is fine.

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    Another thing to be aware of at Christmas time is all the desserts. Make sure you don't eat any desserts that are made with raw eggs, for example, cheese cake.

    Other things such as aeolis are made with raw eggs as are fresh mayos and hollandaise and bearnaise sauces.

    So be careful of mustard sauces made for baked hams etc and mayos for salads etc.

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    Wow- I didn't know some people use raw egg in cheesecakes! I've never made it like that. Good to know though.... I thought cheesecake was fine.

    Regarding christmas lunch, my OB told me to steer clear of cold, bought chicken and ham. Home-cooked stuff should be fine as long as it wasn't cooked days before.


 

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