A Misconception Of The Swine Flu Scare


As your purveyor of recipes, Recipe4Living and Chew on That would like to inform you that just because we are being cautious not to contract the swine flu doesn’t mean you can’t make your regular pork, bacon or ham dishes at home. While the swine flu virus was  spread from infected pigs, it was from touching the pigs, not eating them. According to CNN.com, as long as you cook your meat until it reaches an internal temperature above 160 degrees Fahrenheit, pig meat is still safe to eat.

So cook away, and find all your swine recipes after the jump!

CNN.com clears up frequently asked questions about the swine flu and specifically highlights this common misconception:


So now that we have officially cleared that up, here are some recipes you can even make for dinner tonight!

Pork Recipes

25 Delicious Pork Chop Recipes
Crockpot Sweet and Sour Pork
BBQ Pork Ribs
Pork Tenderloin Studded with Rosemary and Garlic
Over The Top Pork Stew

Bacon Recipes

Bacon Swiss Meatloaf
Bacon Baked Beans
Caramelized Bacon
Bacon and Cheese Dip
Bacon Skillet Breakfast

Ham Recipes

Baked Honey Ham
Ham Quiche
Creamy Ham and Macaroni Bake
Simply Delicious Ham and Potato Casserole
Ham and Swiss Scallop

For those who are still weary of eating pig, here are some non-swine recipes to make for dinner tonight:

Non-Swine Recipes

Lemon Teriyaki Glazed Chicken
Beef and Mushrooms Over Pasta
Salmon with Pesto and Puff Pastry
Chicken Quesadillas
Cheesy Stuffed Peppers


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