MOSES LAKE — The (mostly) post-pandemic summer is about getting together, maybe around the picnic table in the backyard. Good stuff on the grill, maybe a nice big green salad, melon salsa and a macaroni salad.
But there is something to keep in mind. There are still contaminants that can get into food or can remain in food if it’s not cooked properly.
Stephanie Shopbell of the Grant County Health District said cold food has to stay cold to avoid the possibility of contamination — and that includes foods that usually aren’t associated with food-borne illness.
“If you’ve got foods