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Guests will be thankful for kitchen hygiene

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There are many side dishes commonly associated with Thanksgiving, but nothing is more iconic than carving a fresh-cooked turkey while the family gathers around the dinner table.

The Minnesota Department of Health and U.S. Department of Agriculture offer the following turkey cooking and handling guidelines to make sure the only discomfort guests feel Thanksgiving night is from eating too much of that delicious food.

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Michael Brun
Michael Brun is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls journalism program. He has worked for the Republican Eagle since March 2013, covering county government, health and local events. 
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