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Old 11-23-2004, 02:49 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by jennyema
If your turkey is cooked to correct temp and your stuffing has not reached 165 degrees, you should not eat it. You should remove it all from the bird, put in a baking dish and bake until it reaches sufficient temp.
You know, this is not a bad idea. I like moist stuffing from inside the bird, but have been baking it in a dish for obvious reasons.
But I might try stuffing it, taking it out when the turkey is ready, and then heating it to a safe temp while the bird rests before carving. That will give me the time.
Sounds like a game plan to me! :)

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