TLC for holiday leftovers

FILE-This Oct. 18, 2007 file photo shows a turkey with thermometer. Federal guidelines state that your turkey is safe to eat when the innermost part of the thigh reaches 165 F. If the turkey is stuffed the stuffing must also reach 165F.  (AP Photo/Larry Crowe,File)



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FILE-This Oct. 18, 2007 file photo shows a turkey with thermometer. Federal guidelines state that your turkey is safe to eat when the innermost part of the thigh reaches 165 F. If the turkey is stuffed the stuffing must also reach 165F.  (AP Photo/Larry Crowe,File)

It seems almost a sure bet that when talking about the big Thanksgiving meal, the conversation almost always turns to the anticipation of the leftovers. The planning, shopping, peeling,…




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