Fire, cooking and food disposal safety tips for Thanksgiving 2021

Many people stayed home for Thanksgiving in 2020, but now families are getting ready to celebrate with one another this year. 

If you are planning to get together with family or friends, here are some tips to keep safe: 

Fire safety tips (from Port of Seattle): 

  • Stay in the kitchen while frying, grilling, or broiling food. If you have to leave the kitchen even for a few minutes, turn off the stove.
  • When cooking your turkey, check on it frequently and never leave the house.
  • Use a cooking timer to remind you when it’s time to turn off the stove or oven (or to switch the pans).
  • Keep flammable things, such as oven mitts,
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Science comes to the rescue when cooking turkey this year

When cooking a turkey this Thanksgiving, it is helpful to follow the science, according to a recent NPR report.

First, study the turkey’s anatomy from its leg to its breast, explained Kenji López-Alt, a New York Times food columnist and author of “The Food Lab.”

Thanksgiving turkey with side items.  

Thanksgiving turkey with side items.  

The author noted because the white breast meat needs to be cooked at 150 degrees Fahrenheit, but the dark leg and thigh meat should reach least 165 degrees (ideally 175 degrees), by the time the legs are the correct temperature, the breast is overcooked.

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Understanding how the turkeys use their different muscle groups helps bakers to not overcook them: The white breast meat is made up of fast-twitch muscles, which are activated only in short bursts of exertion.

“Those types of muscles are generally low in connective tissue, low in fat

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