Turkey Recipe and Cooking Time

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I've been meaning to write about this new Thanksgiving recipe and safety e-book my husband created for you. So, here I am! And this Turkey Recipe and Cooking Time e-book is pretty awesome, in my opinion.

It started out as a general food safety e-book. However, with the Holidays swiftly approaching, we both decided it would be better to focus specifically on Turkey Safety, especially because the following 5 steps are EXTREMELY important to prevent food poisoning. 

  1. Thawing
  2. Cleaning
  3. Separating
  4. Cooking
  5. Chilling

Of course, we didn't forget to add some tasty recipes, which my husband made and we taste-tested.

A delicious turkey recipe is included as well as recipes for:

  1. Pumpkin Tart
  2. Sweet Potato Pie
  3. Whole Grain Blueberry Spice Pancakes (my absolute favorite)!
  4. Italian Stuffed Peppers that you can decorate to look like mummies
  5. A cute idea for serving vegetables at a get together or party.

These are basic, simple recipes that aren't necessarily low fat or low calorie. However, portion control is key when you are eating for holidays (or any other time). This is what I remember when I eat anything. 🙂

Last year, at Christmastime, we created a couple of kid-friendly recipes as well. Click here to check this out.

Check out this super cool Hands-on Fall Food & Spices project.

If you want more in-depth information on food safety, and you don't want to wait for me to finish my project on this subject, here are a few links to help you teach your kids:

Super cute teaching materials already prepared for you!

Food Safety with Beth (Teachers Pay Teachers store–not an affiliate)

Government Food Safety Sites:

Centers for Disease Control Food Safety Home Page

Food Safety.gov

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And don't forget to check out my Meal Planning for Kids Curriculum pack here.

Read my article, “Healthy Eating on a Budget” to give you a better idea of what “Meal Planning for Kids” is all about.

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