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WINNER WINNER.. #4118718 03/13/13 02:21 PM
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Chicken dinner, that is.










Re: WINNER WINNER.. [Re: TxReflex] #4119053 03/13/13 04:46 PM
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Looks great! How long did you bake the chicken for? Temp?

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Thanks! I baked it at 350 for an hour, then 400 for 20 minutes, and for some reason it still wasn't done...so I put it in there at 375 for another 20 minutes and it was good to go.

Re: WINNER WINNER.. [Re: TxReflex] #4119282 03/13/13 06:56 PM
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Looks great.

To roasters everywhere, get a digital instant read thermometer. The kind with a probe and wire. It takes all the guess work out of the cook time. It takes whatever it takes to reach temperature. I have the Kitchenaid version and LOVE it.

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Originally Posted By: Korean Redneck
Looks great.

To roasters everywhere, get a digital instant read thermometer. The kind with a probe and wire. It takes all the guess work out of the cook time. It takes whatever it takes to reach temperature. I have the Kitchenaid version and LOVE it.


That's a great investment that I need to make, soon!

Re: WINNER WINNER.. [Re: TxReflex] #4120132 03/14/13 01:57 AM
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The GF quit cooking??????


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Re: WINNER WINNER.. [Re: CitySlickerHunter] #4120969 03/14/13 03:00 PM
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TxReflex, for sure one of the best kitchen tools I have. Lately my friends think I'm some sort of roasting master. What they don't know is that it's two small secret:
1) if at all possible bring the roast up to room temeperature before roasting or at least close to.
2) my Kitchenaid instant read thermometer. I mean I generally know about how long something takes so I can plan other dishes around it. But the precise second is irrelevant to me because I just wait for that magic little beep to go off and I know I'm good to go.

Before I forget, from my experience I set the alarm anywhere from 5-7 degrees before the internal doneness temperature. On poultry more like 7 and beef more like 5. The internal temp will rise during the resting period.

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Looks awesome that chicken looks really juicy

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