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Food safety specialists say they’re not surprised by how quickly a salmonella outbreak has spread across 37 U.S. states.

Food safety specialists say they’re not surprised by how quickly a salmonella outbreak has spread across 37 U.S. states.

The outbreak linked to onions imported from Chihuahua, Mexico has led to more than 600 illnesses, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Experts in Canada say although an outbreak caused by onions may be shocking to some, salmonella can affect many kinds of foods.

“The thing with salmonella is that it is a very robust pathogen, it can survive in the soil, it survives in water for extended periods of time,” says Keith Warriner, a professor in the Department of Food Science at the University of Guelph. “Once it gets into

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Al Roker is ‘Cooking Up a Storm’ with his new podcast. Get all the details

Al Roker is cooking up something special with a brand new podcast! “Cooking Up a Storm with Al Roker” will take listeners through multiple courses of a Thanksgiving meal in six episodes — with a little help from a few culinary all-stars.

Listen to the “Cooking Up the Storm” podcast!

With the holidays just around the corner, Al is thinking about great food, even better friends and of course preparing an incredible feast. But this is no ordinary culinary podcast. In addition to the tastiest Thanksgiving recipes for your table, the chefs Al welcomes in each episode will share touching, personal stories that get to the heart of what the holidays are really about.

In the first episode, Al is joined by his friend Ina Garten who stops by to make her incredible parmesan smashed potatoes. In other episodes, Marcus Samuelsson cooks up some unbelievable caramelized Brussels sprouts even

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