Can you eat meatballs left out overnight?

Chef's answer
If you're following standard food safety guidelines you should leave food at room temperature for no more than 2 hours. However, I've eaten plenty of pizzas, hamburgers and other meat/cheese based foods that have been left out overnight the next day. ... Don't put hot food in a fridge.
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