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The Internal Temperature of a Turkey Burger When Done

Turkey Burger

Turkey Burgers have been gaining popularity in the last few years as a healthy alternative to fattier beef burgers. This lack of fat in the standard turkey burger also makes it very prone to drying out while cooking. This makes cooking turkey burgers extremely tricky. The difference between a moist delicious burger and a dried-up […]

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Frozen Shrimp Can Be Defrosted at What Water Temperature?

Defrosting Shrimp Cold Water

There is a lot of conflicting information on the internet about the fastest and safest way to thaw shrimp. You’ve probably read that frozen shrimp can be defrosted using running water, but at what temperature? Some sites say it’s ok to use warm water. Some say just throw them in the pan or in the […]

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What Is the Best Temperature to Cook Mahi Mahi?

Mahi Mahi

You’ve got a nice piece of Mahi Mahi fish you want to cook, except you’ve never cooked Mahi Mahi before. You are probably wondering how do to cook Mahi Mahi and what is the best temperature at which to cook it? Mahi Mahi is a firm, lean and flavorful fish that can be prepared in […]

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At What Temperature are Chicken Thighs Done?

Chicken Thighs

Cooking bone-in chicken thighs can be intimidating. At what temperature are chicken thighs done exactly? Unlike chicken breasts,  chicken thighs contain more fat and proteins, making it difficult to know when chicken thighs are safe to eat. Are chicken thighs harder to cook than say, a chicken breast? Nope. According to the USDA, chicken should […]

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The Internal Temperature For Tri-Tip Steaks When Done

Tri-Tip Steaks

Tri-tip steak is a great cut of beef that can be prepared in many different ways. A whole tri-tip cut can weigh anywhere from 1.5 to 2.5 lbs, so they are often cut into smaller steaks by butchers. These smaller steaks are more manageable to cook, taking less time than the whole tri-tip would take […]

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What Temperature is a Simmer on the Stove?

Simmering Liquid

Just think about it. How many times has a recipe instructed you to simmer something? And how many times do you find yourself heating your liquid on the stove to some random point below boiling and calling it good? What is a simmer? A simmer is to maintain the temperature of a liquid between 185 […]

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The Internal Temperature of a Pork Chop When Done

Pork Chop Done

The fast answer to what temperature is a pork chop done is 145 degrees Fahrenheit with a three minute resting period according to the USDA. This is the USDA’s guideline, https://www.pork.org/news/new-usda-guidelines-lower-pork-cooking-temperature/  With that being said, the fast answer isn’t typically the best answer. How much you want your pork chop cooked is a personal preference. […]

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The Internal Temperature of Chicken Sausage When Done

Chicken Sausage

We’ve all had this thought in the kitchen when cooking anything with raw chicken in it. Uh oh, I better make sure this food is fully cooked. It’s got raw chicken in it.  Yes, cooking something like chicken sausage might seem harder than cooking say, a bratwurst. But it’s not. It is extremely easy and […]

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The Internal Temperature of Halibut When Done

Pan-fried Halibut

How many times have you tried to cook halibut but found yourself overcooking it? I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say that cooking halibut is really tricky. Or is it? Well, it turns out cooking halibut to the perfect internal temperature may not be as hard as you thought. All you have to […]

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At What Temperature is Tilapia Done?

Tilapia done

At what temperature is tilapia done? Tilapia is done at 145 degrees Fahrenheit. Ok, got that out of the way. So, you just bought some tilapia from the market. You want to cook it for dinner tonight and you have no idea what to do. Don’t worry, we got you. In this article, we will […]

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