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Turkey Tips

Thankgiving dinner is not complete without a turkey. Be sure it's cooked properly.
Cooking that Thanksgiving turkey will be a top priority for many people tomorrow, and you'll want to make sure you follow a few steps to make sure you have a safe and healthy holiday. First tip from experts is to make sure you are properly thawing your turkey. Do not let it sit out overnight. It's important to thaw the turkey under refrigeration. Secondly, after you prep your turkey be sure to thoroughly clean your surface area with a disinfectant spray. And when it comes to cooking your turkey, the rule of thumb is twenty minutes per pound, but a thermometer reading is best.
A cooked turkey should read a minimum temperature of 165 degrees. Another popular option is deep frying your turkey. That can be very dangerous if you are not careful. It's important to remember you are working with very hot oil. Experts say to cook outside, away from any structure, and to keep the oil level low while cooking a large thawed bird. Should the unexpected happen, it's best to have a fire extinguisher nearby just in case.

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