Change is afoot.
Over the next couple of weeks, the bites-l listserv will be changed to something else. We haven’t had the resources to archive all the stories, so we needed to come up with something different.
barfblog.com will continue with musings from me, Chapman, Hubbell and various food safety friends.
Probably not as often.
bites-l will be converted to a new daily listserv – the dailybarf — with new formatting.
If you want your food safety news fast and furious, subscribe to barfblog.com, facebook, twitter, whatever.
If you want the daily summary of all barfblog.com posts, plus all the food safety stories we didn’t have time to blog about but are still of interest, subscribe to dailybarf.
Some may want both.
You don’t have to do anything, this is just an advisory of things about to happen; I’m not sure when, and am interested to see the outcome.
But I am encouraged by the increased dialogue on barfblog.com, which will become the hub of all our food safety and child rearing activities.
“At culinary school, we were taught to gauge the doneness of beef by touching it. As a food safety consultant, I believe you are foolish if you don’t use a thermometer.”