As many know, with the ice storms my power was off for a bit over a week. When it went out I had quite a bit of meat in my freezer (not a "freezer", but the freezer on my side by side fridge). There was not a HUGE amount, but a couple of roasts, some steaks, ground beef and deer, ham, etc. All was piled togehter on one shelf. My house stayed at around 40 degrees the entire time so it was very cold in here. I opened the freezer twice to check and the day the power came back on the meat was stilll VERY cold (like ICE cold) but thawed. I let it all re-freeze which took only a couple of hours since it was still so cold. So, my question, can we still eat it? It is all sealed tight in air proof bags from the butcher. I ALMOST feel safe but I keep going back and forth. The thought of throwing it all out makes me shudder, however.