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Follow These Steps to Turkey Success


Proper thawing is critical to the success of your turkey on Thanksgiving day. There are a couple of different ways to thaw a turkey but only one way to verify it's completely thawed.
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When cooking a turkey, you need two thermometers, not just one. An oven-safe leave-in probe thermometer to track the cook and an instant read thermometer to verify its doneness. And the first thing you need to do to ensure perfect turkey doneness at the end of your cook, is to properly place the probe of your leave-in probe thermometer at the beginning.
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Tracking your turkey's internal temperature is another critical step in the success of your holiday bird, and it's all about helping you know when to remove it from the heat source. An oven-safe thermometer like the ChefAlarm® will help ensure a succulent and flavorful turkey that's also safe to eat.
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One of the most challenging aspects of cooking a whole turkey is that there are two distinct types of meat that need to be cooked to different doneness temperatures—and all the meat is supposed to be ready at the same time!
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When your alarm thermometer's high alarm sounds, the breast meat is done and the turkey is ready to be pulled from the oven, right? Wrong. There's still one more step. It's important to verify that the lowest temperature in the turkey really has reached its target.
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