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Published on Oct 14, 2014
Want to keep your cool while checking your turkey’s temperature? It’s simple. Check a few key places to know when your bird is done.
1. Insert a meat thermometer between the turkey’s thigh above the drumstick without hitting bone. 2. When the thermometer reads 180 degrees F, you’re done! (If it’s stuffed, check the center of the stuffing to make sure it’s 165 degrees F as well.) 3. In addition, make sure the turkey’s temperature is at 170 degrees F in the deepest part of the breast and 165 degrees F in the center of the stuffing.