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Janet Powell

Registered Dietary Technician

Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge

HQ Phone:  (865) 835-1000

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Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge

990 Oak Ridge Turnpike

Oak Ridge, Tennessee,37831

United States

Company Description

Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge is a not-for-profit regional medical center licensed for 301 beds. The medical center is governed by a volunteer board of directors and has the highest accreditation rating from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hea... more

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Registered Dietary Technician

Methodist Medical Center Foundation


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www.oakridger.com

Janet Powell, a registered dietary technician at Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge, has some tips for keeping your food safe so the only concern you have is the game's final score.
Food-borne illness "Stomach cramps, diarrhea, nausea, headaches and vomiting associated with food-borne illness may spoil your tailgate party if you aren't careful," Powell noted. "Food-borne illness can occur when food is improperly handled. Symptoms may occur as soon as a few hours or as long as a few days after you eat contaminated food." The bacteria that cause food-borne illness grow at temperatures between 40 and 140 degrees Fahrenheit, she said. Foods prepared for tailgate parties or picnics may fall within this so-called "danger zone" even when the weather is cool. Cleanliness is an essential part of tailgating, and it begins with food preparation. Powell has the following recommendations. When in doubt, chill it," Powell cautioned. "When you marinate raw meat, fish or poultry, place it in a tightly sealed plastic container or use two resealable plastic bags, especially if you plan to transport it in a cooler," she added. Or, they may purchase these foods in advance, refrigerate them until party time, and then reheat," Powell suggested. And don't forget to dispose of your trash in a covered bin or trash receptacle," Powell advised. For the trip home, place your cooler in the air-conditioned part of the car. If the cooler still contains ice when you get home and the food is refrigerator-cool to the touch, your leftovers should be safe to eat. *** About the Author: Janet Powell is a registered dietary technician at Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge.


www.oakridger.com

Janet Powell, a registered dietary technician at Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge, has some tips for keeping your food safe so the only concern you have is the game's final score.
Food-borne illness "Stomach cramps, diarrhea, nausea, headaches and vomiting associated with food-borne illness may spoil your tailgate party if you aren't careful," Powell noted. Powell has the following recommendations. When in doubt, chill it," Powell cautioned. "When you marinate raw meat, fish or poultry, place it in a tightly sealed plastic container or use two resealable plastic bags, especially if you plan to transport it in a cooler," she added. Or, they may purchase these foods in advance, refrigerate them until party time, and then reheat," Powell suggested. And don't forget to dispose of your trash in a covered bin or trash receptacle," Powell advised. About the Author: Janet Powell is a registered dietary technician at Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge. She teaches heart-healthy cooking classes for Methodist throughout the year.


www.glassbazaar.com [cached]

Janet Powell is a registered Clinical Dietetic Technician for Methodist Medical Center with over 21 years experience in Nutritional Services & Food Management.She has a strong commitment to promoting wellness and disease prevention.Janet has taught cooking classes locally for several years.


www.knoxvillenews.com [cached]

Say hello to autumn with a "Fall Flavors" class taught by Janet Powell, clinical dietician at Methodist Medical Center, at 6 p.m. Sept. 27.


www.oakridger.com [cached]

Janet Powell, a registered dietary technician with Methodist Medical Center, will offer a cooking class, "Lighten up the Holidays," at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29, at Glass Bazaar in Knoxville.Call 584-9072 for reservations.Powell teaches heart-healthy cooking classes through Methodist's cardiac rehabilitation program. The 16th annual Run for the Rose is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 12.The race will begin at 8:30 a.m. at Methodist Medical Center.For more information, call The Wellness Place at 481-5608.A downloadable entry form is available at www.mmcoakridge.com. The Wellness Place is located at 160 W. Tennessee Ave. For more information on these events and programs or to register, call 481-1811


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