A Poorly Cooked Turkey Will Make You Sick

 

 

 

 

Place that meat thermometer properly in your turkey or you might get a bogus reading well under the 165 degrees that you need.  Mo Tidball at the Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension Office says get it in deep.

                                                           

                                           

                                                                       



 

Once you cook the bird, don't leave it on the counter all day for people to nibble on.





Eating a poorly cooked turkey can lead to a big belly ache.

 

 

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