Facts For Roasting Your Turkey

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With Thanksgiving here tomorrow, you will want to enjoy a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner, safely, with your family and friends. You need to make sure that you cook the turkey to the proper temperature and then store your leftovers correctly to ensure everyone goes home full and that they do not end up with food poisoning.

Follow these guidelines provided by the USDA website with storage time, cooking time, storing leftovers and safe handling by clicking HERE

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Categories: Cooking Tips, Turkey

26 Comments »

  1. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Enjoy your time with your grandkids and sending well wishes to your daughter as well.

    PS. Post your food pics! πŸ™‚

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  2. I’m so far behind here in Reader, that it’s a good thing I didn’t need this info for roasting a turkey. πŸ™‚ I read a lot of stats on how many people are cooking a turkey for the very first time. I wonder how many got burned or were undercooked?

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    • I know they usually put directions on the turkey plastic cover but I always forget to look until I have cut it off of the turkey and have thrown in in the trash…lol You’re welcome Christy and I hoe you had a wonderful day!

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