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1 Safe Food Handling Leftovers Click on the red arrow to go forward

2 What is a Leftover? A leftover is any food that was prepared for a meal but was not served to a student or an adult. If the safe food handling procedures outlined in this training are followed, and the recipe indicates you can save the food item as a leftover, a leftover may be safely served a second time. Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards

3 What factors should be considered when deciding to save a leftover? 1.Food safety (always #1) 2.Quality of leftover when reheated 3.Quantity of leftovers Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards

4 Should 25 servings of hot dogs be saved? 1.Is it safe to serve? If HACCP temps have been taken & recorded and time returned to refrigeration is recorded and the total time is less than 2 hours. 2.What will the quality be when reheated? Hot dog wieners should be good quality if the hot dogs were not pre-bunned. 3.Is the quantity reasonable? Yes *The wieners should be saved to be reheated & served the next day if you have fresh buns to serve them with. Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards Example #1

5 Should 4 servings of Chicken Nuggets be saved? 1.Is it safe to serve? If HACCP temps have been taken & recorded and time returned to refrigeration is recorded and the total time is less than 2 hours. 2.What will the quality be when reheated? Food should be good quality if the chicken was not overcooked. 3.Is the quantity reasonable? No These leftovers should be tossed Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards Example #2

6 How do you store leftovers safely? Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards WebSMARTT recipes provide instructions on how to safely store leftovers.

7 To Store: Hot Food Leftovers 1.Transfer hot leftovers to a chilled clean pan 1.Use the shallowest pan you can. 2.Loosely cover tray (or pan) with foil or metal lid. 3.Check the foil or cover to make certain that there is an opening to allow steam/heat to vent out. 4.Warm product must cool from 140 o to 70 o within 2 hours and from 70 o to 40 o or below within 4 hours. 5.Label foil or cover with product name and date. Use a permanent marker to write directly on the foil or write on masking tape if using a metal lid. 6.The date marked should be the date the food was prepared. Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards

8 To Store: Hot Food Leftovers Cont. 7. Place the leftover product in the walk-in/reach-in overnight. 8. Seal the pan the following morning. Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards

9 What other products must be labeled? 1.A case of Chickenwich patties that are taken out of the freezer and placed in the walk-in for serving within a day or two should be labeled with the date. 2.The thawed chicken patties must be used within 5 days or thrown away. 3.Thaw ONLY the amount of food you will use immediately to avoid waste. Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards

10 What other products must be labeled? Cont. 4. You do NOT have to label a purchased unopened container of food such as yogurt. A Use-By Date is already stamped on the container by the manufacturer. 5. Once the container is opened, then the food must be date marked. After 5 days the food must be tossed. Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards

11 The steps for safe food handling and labeling of leftovers are DIFFERENT than the guidelines for Date Marking Ready-To-Eat Foods. Please view the Date Marking Ready-to-Eat Foods Tutorial to learn those guidelines. Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards

12 If you have any questions concerning the safe food handling and labeling of leftover foods please contact your Program Manager. I have a question?? I better call! Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards

13 Review: Question #1 Where do you find the instructions for storing leftovers such as chicken coconut curry? Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards

14 How do you store leftovers safely? Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards WebSMARTT recipes provide instructions on how to safely store leftovers.

15 Review: Quiz Question #2 What is the most important factor to consider when deciding to save a leftover and serve it on another day? Click on the red arrows to go forward or backwards Food safety is the most important factor to consider when deciding to save a left over and serve it another day.

16 You have successfully completed this tutorial on “Safe Handling of Leftovers.” If you have any questions, contact your Program Manager. Click on the red arrow to end tutorial


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