Double-dipping: Avoid sharing dips and sauces with others by dipping multiple times, as it spreads germs and bacteria.
Eating expired food: Never consume food past its expiration date to prevent health issues.
Cross-contamination: Prevent the transfer of bacteria by using separate cutting boards and knives for different types of food.
Leaving perishable food at room temperature: Promptly refrigerate perishable items to avoid bacterial growth.
Poor hand hygiene: Always wash hands thoroughly before handling food to prevent contamination.
Not properly washing fruits and vegetables: Rinse produce under running water to remove dirt, pesticides, and contaminants.
Overcooking meats: Follow recommended cooking times and temperatures to prevent dry and tough textures.
Storing food incorrectly: Store perishable items in the refrigerator and dry goods in a cool, dry place to prevent spoilage.
Using the same sponge for everything: Avoid using a single sponge for multiple tasks to maintain cleanliness.
Ignoring food allergies and dietary restrictions: Be mindful of guests' dietary needs and provide suitable alternatives or options.