Already in the Kitchen? Here’s How to Conquer that Turkey
Email sent: Nov 28, 2013 10:00 am
When prepping your turkey, take preventative measures to avoid injury.
Roasting a turkey doesn’t sound like an extreme sport, but prepping this Thanksgiving mainstay can pose some unexpected dangers. Take care when basting (hot liquid and skin is a bad combination) and use a meat thermometer to make sure the bird has reached the appropriate temperature — 165 degrees Fahrenheit — to prevent food-related illness. READ MORE...
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