Happy Spring, everybody! The two aspects of this season that have the most impact on you and your kitchen are the oh-so-welcome bounty of Spring produce — and a dreadful but necessary phrase that you may be familiar with, Spring cleaning.
Along with those kitchen appliances that need to be stowed away and the cabinets that are waiting to be wiped down are probably a number of pantry items and refrigerated goods that have long surpassed their prime.
After all, what exactly is the shelf life of that bottle of ketchup, anyway? Before you get to that major project of deep cleaning your kitchen, brush up on your food storage knowledge.
Let's get started, shall we?
How long will . . .
What's Your Food Storage IQ?
. . . a carton of raw eggs last in the refrigerator?