Exploring Greene County with ISU Extension Human Science Food and Health Specialist on Raccoon Valley Radio

In the November 20, 2023 episode of Let’s Talk Greene County, ISU Extension Human Science Food and Health Specialist, Tom Keinert, shared valuable insights on thawing and properly cooking a turkey. The first part of a two-part series, Keinert discussed the use of timers for different foods that are being cooked in the kitchen ahead of the Thanksgiving Day meal.

Keinert provided expert advice and tips to ensure that listeners can prepare their holiday meals in a safe and efficient manner. He covered important topics such as food safety, proper thawing methods, and the correct use of timers when cooking multiple dishes simultaneously. Whether you’re a seasoned chef or new to cooking large holiday meals, this episode offers valuable information and practical guidance to help you prepare a delicious and safe Thanksgiving feast. Stay tuned for part two of the series where Keinert will continue to share his expertise on holiday meal preparation.

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