400° for 4 hours..... if it smells burnt remove it.
6 catscut into 12 pieceshow many do they have to buy to give everybody 3 pieceshow many are left overanswer 4 more
84 hours. Those lasses are toughh.
Potentially hazardous food should not be left at room temperature for more than 2 hours. Less time is better.
4-hours is not a problem.
depends I think on the temperature it has been in outside the fridge... not a good idea on a hot day, will warm up and be nice for bacteria!
Hava Lasagna - 2010 was released on: USA: 4 February 2010
At 7000 ft a frozen lasagna takes about 2.5 hours. The box says 1.75 hours. The air is les dense and the humidity is low. The heat transfer is much slower.
No food safety person would recommend that lasagna would be safe to eat after it was left out overnight. Throw it out. I would not recommend eating anything left out overnight that contains ANY form of dairy (this includes the ricotta cheese in the lasagna), meat, eggs, or anything that contains a single ingredient that should be stored in the refrigerator.
Lasagna is a potentially hazardous food - it will have a water activity above 0.85 and the pH is undoubtedly above 4.6. Unless you can prove otherwise, it should not be left out overnight and should be considered "bad" if it was left out overnight.
If you worked 4 out of 12 hours, then 8 out of 12 hours are left or 8/12 of the shift which is the same as 2/3 of the shift.