Passenger Pigeon Press
Works on Paper
Paper, watercolor, crayon, and acrylic on various papers, hand-bound book
10" x 12" closed, 26" x 23" opened
Don't use the knife that touched the raw chicken.
You could catch Salmonella
a type of food poisoning commonly linked to poultry.
It is a rod-shaped bacteria that thrives in
the intestinal lining of chickens.
Humans can become infected with Salmonella
through ingesting undercooked chicken.
Usually our gastric acids will kill bacteria.
But if it gets caught within the mucus of the oesophagus,
bacteria can travel to the digestive system,
where it will cause illness.
Symptoms develop between 12 to 72 hours.
AND LOSS OF APPETITE
You could die,
but this is rare.
Most likely illness will last from 5 to 7 days.
Tips on how to not overcook your chicken.
Pound the meat before you cook it.
Soak it in olive oil.
Bake it in sauce.
Poach it in salty water.
Deglaze it with butter and wine.