I know we all check the temperature of our turkeys at Thanksgiving... what about the rest of the year?
This post was prompted by the loss of a 4 year old boy to e-coli. He was the son of a friend of my husband's. Something as simple as an undercooked hamburger changed a family forever; He fought for his life for 3 1/2 months and just lost the battle last week.
I decided to hang something in my kitchen as a reminder to always use a meat thermometer. Here are some free printables in case you'd like to do the same. You can hang it in a frame, put some magnets on it and post it to the fridge, or tape it to the inside of a cabinet.
I am a vegetarian but I regularly cook meat for my family. Since I am not able to taste the meat, it is a huge fear of mine that I would one day serve them something that has turned or is undercooked. I think having the meat thermometer handy should put some of those fears to rest.
Here is a link to the USDA guidelines for meat temperatures if you are interested in reading more about food safety.
Be blessed and eat safe,
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