What you are really asking is, "Is cooked pork left out overnight safe to eat". There are several possible answers:
The food safety time/temperature rules are designed to take the guesswork out of making and serving safe food.
I'm afraid not.
No. Cooked potatoes left out overnight are not safe to eat.
No, it would not be safe to eat food left out overnight.
No. That is far too long to have left potentially hazardous food at room temperature. Discard them.
No, it isn't safe to eat foods left unrefrigerated overnight, including cooked cabbage.
It may be unsafe to eat a cooked potato that's been left out overnight.
Yes, but not if it has sat there longer that about 24 hours, but overnight is fine.
Yes, if it was covered .
If you are referring to cooked oatmeal - No, it is not OK to eat.
No it would have gone bad , I hope you don't eat raw pork anyways.
No. Not unless where it was left out was as cold as a refrigerator.
For the sake of safety, no.
Eating cooked meat that is not refrigerated could cause food poisoning. To be safe, only eat meat that has been cooked thoroughly, refrigerated promptly and reheated back to a safe temperature. Unfortunately, the pork roast could be contaminated and is probably best be thrown away.
If you are talking about uncooked ears of corn that were left out of the refrigerator overnight, some of the sugars have probably changed to starches so it won't be so sweet. But it should be OK to cook up and eat. If you are talking about cooked corn that someone forgot to put away, the answer is "No. You should not eat cooked corn left out overnight."
NO! it is not safe to eat or drink anything that has been left out over night
Cooked pork at room temperature is safe to eat for a few hours. If stored in the refrigerator, cooked pork is safe to eat for 3 to 5 days. If you freeze the cooked pork, you can store it for 4 months.
Yes. It could be quite dangerous to eat cooked shrimp that was not refrigerated overnight.
No...it would taste horrible! Throw it out.
I would heat cooked pork, that was left out over night, for at least ten minutes in a 350 preheated oven. Cooked food that was left out over night should always be reheated or boiled before eating. Freda
No. Food that requires refrigeration should never be considered safe if left unrefrigerated overnight.