Safe Carving and Serving of Turkey

Cooking and Food Safety Tip of the Day

According to Holiday Food Safety...

It’s best to let the turkey rest for 20 minutes before carving to allow the juices to set, so the turkey will carve more easily.

Use a cutting board that has a well around the edge to catch the juices.

Remove all the stuffing from the cavity of the turkey.

Make sure you are using a sharp knife as a dull knife is not safe.

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