These are my air fryer burgers - super tasty and low in calories :)

The Ultimate Air Fryer Burgers

Tips and tricks for perfect sweet potato chips. Crispy, flavorful and guilt free with a zesty sweet and salty seasoning.

Sweet and Salty Sweet Potato Chips

Tips and tricks for perfect sweet potato chips. Crispy, flavorful and guilt free with a zesty sweet and salty seasoning.

How To Smoke A Turkey (Brine Instructions Included)

How To Smoke A Turkey (Brine Instructions Included)

Whether it is for your Thanksgiving dinner or on any other day of the year, here is a simple guide on how to smoke a turkey.

Here's the a list of the proper temperatures for making sure your meats are cooked properly: Beef, veal, lamb, duck, burgers, dausage, chicken, turkey, fish, pork, ham, and eggs.

Here's the a list of the proper temperatures for making sure your meats are cooked properly: Beef, veal, lamb, duck, burgers, dausage, chicken, turkey, fish, pork, ham, and eggs.

There are many ways to cook a turkey but our favorite, by far, is a simple roast! If you're a beginner turkey maker, this is the simple step-by-step for you! Add butter underneath the skin, season with a spice mix and let it roast until the thermometer is at 165 degrees. Perfect for for your Thanksgiving meal for the whole family!

How to Cook a Turkey: Our Easy, No-Fail Method

There are many ways to cook a turkey but our favorite, by far, is a simple roast! If you're a beginner turkey maker, this is the simple step-by-step for you! Add butter underneath the skin, season with a spice mix and let it roast until the thermometer is at 165 degrees. Perfect for for your Thanksgiving meal for the whole family!

Escali’s guide to doneness and minimum safe internal cooking temperature for whole beef, ground beef, chicken, turkey, pork, fish, lamb and veal.

Escali’s guide to doneness and minimum safe internal cooking temperature for whole beef, ground beef, chicken, turkey, pork, fish, lamb and veal.

Want to keep your cool while checking your turkey’s temperature? It’s simple. Check a few key places to know when your turkey is done.  Insert a meat thermometer between the turkey’s thigh above the drumstick without hitting bone.  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.).

Want to keep your cool while checking your turkey’s temperature? It’s simple. Check a few key places to know when your turkey is done. Insert a meat thermometer between the turkey’s thigh above the drumstick without hitting bone. 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.).

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