We are having our wild game cook off (AKA The beast feast) at our church again this year. We all get together and invite alot of guys to come. We cook all wild game, and some fish. One of the guys last year I talked to didn't have very much food on his plate, I asked him and he said he was allergic to peanut oil. Every guy there fried stuff in peanut oil, I told him I used veg oil in my fryer to cook some frog legs in, but he said he seen people use the same utensil to get other fried items that was by my stuff. Which then had a problem with cross contact.
I was going to really clean all my stuff, and make sure I do not cross contact anything in my cooking area. I will post a sign at the table to notify people not to use other utensil's, and keep food separate.
Do y'all know anything to help me out, as what to watch for?
I use egg, milk, flour, cornmeal, salt, pepper, and some old bay on the frog legs.
I am looking for any help and things to look out for.