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Old 01-13-2012, 01:21 PM   #1
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Temps for meats

Is there a chart for meat temps to achieve from rare to well done for beef pork and lamb? I know 120 for pork loin means no pink. But would like to know others. Food network has a chart but I am not sure it is correct. It has 145 for medium pork.

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Temperature
Rare
127 F
Medium Rare
135 - 140 F
Medium
141 - 145 F
Medium Well
146 - 150 F
Well Done
150+


These are end temperatures. Take the meat out of the oven 5 F-10 F before you get to these temps and let the meat rest.
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Pork beef chicken...???
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Pork beef chicken...???
Chicken and turkey MINIMUM 161 F

Beef, pork lamb see above.
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