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Turn the bird breast side up and roast for an additional 40 minutes until the internal temperature reaches 160-165 degrees F. when measured with a meat thermometer, and the skin is golden brown.
Stir while cooking until jam thickens and the candy thermometer reaches about 220°F.
Kinsa, one of several companies that make thermometers that connect to smartphones, has produced data on flu-like symptoms for the last two years that has been similar to the information from the Centers for Disease Control, but with less lag time.
The seventh grader was grappling with fatigue and a runny nose, but when his parents checked his temperature, the thermometer registered around the normal 98 degrees.
What most of us know as mercury, the silvery liquid in thermometers, is elemental mercury that, while still a health risk, is difficult for the body to absorb.
While such statistics have never truly represented Kroos' value on the pitch, Madrid's indifferent season is a more accurate thermometer for the German's troubles.
In Alabama, where some places got at least 3 inches of snow, dairy farmer Will Gilmer bundled up for the drive to his milking barn before daybreak in rural Lamar County, the thermometer reading 7 degrees.
When the oil reaches 325 degrees on a deep-fry thermometer, add the saltines in batches of 6 crackers and fry, turning frequently, for 1 to 2 minutes, until tanned.
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