Super Bowl food safety tips

(CNN) -- Super Bowl Sundays are full of fun, food, friends and football, but they can also be full of germs that you don't want to pass around.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggest tackling that buffet table at your party, so food poising doesn't ruin the fun.

-Make sure it's clean and not contaminated with old food that could contain bacteria.

-Wash your hands and cutting boards.

-Keep foods such as raw chicken, hamburger meats and hot dogs away from one another to avoid cross-contamination, and cook everything well.

-Make sure chicken wings reach a minimum internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit and that any ground beef items reaches 160 degrees.

-As far as those cold foods go, keep them cool. Use small servicing trays or bowls of ice to keep salsa and guacamole around 40 degrees or colder.