Everyone know what a meat thermometer looks like...I hope. Since Thanksgiving and holiday baking will be here before we know it, I thought it would be good to talk about how to use one correctly. I was fortunate to take a cooking class with my friend Chef Alli thanks to the Kansas Beef Council.
I you need to know the correct temperatures to cook your meat here are charts for Pork, Beef and Poultry.
Mom at the Meat Counter has a great post that explains it with Play Doh.
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