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How long can cooked turkey be kept in the refrigerator and freezer?

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Care should be taken to properly store leftover cooked turkey. All leftovers should be stored in shallow containers and refrigerated or frozen within two hours of cooking. The maximum storage time for cooked turkey in the refrigerator (temperature of 35-40 degrees F) is 3 to 4 days. The maximum storage time for cooked turkey in the freezer (temperature of 0 degrees F) is 3 to 4 months. • What is the term for the paper booties placed on the ends of the turkey drumsticks that makes a nice buffet presentation? The products are called "paper frills" or turkey frills. They are available at upscale supermarkets or through gourmet stores and/or their respective web sites. Be sure to purchase the large size paper frills to fit the turkey drumstick. • What are turkey chops? Turkey chops are cut across the grain from the breast portion and typically weigh 4 to 8 ounces. The products contain little fat, are bone-in and skinless but the thickness of the chops can vary. Marinated turkey chop ... more
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Care should be taken to properly store leftover cooked turkey. All leftovers should be stored in shallow containers and refrigerated or frozen within two hours of cooking. The maximum storage time for cooked turkey in the refrigerator (temperature of 35-40 degrees F) is 3 to 4 days. The maximum storage time for cooked turkey in the freezer (temperature of 0 degrees F) is 3 to 4 months. • What is the term for the paper booties placed on the ends of the turkey drumsticks that makes a nice buffet presentation? The products are called "paper frills" or turkey frills. They are available at upscale supermarkets or through gourmet stores and/or their respective web sites. Be sure to purchase the large size paper frills to fit the turkey drumstick. • Are there any items in the giblet package that shouldn't go into the stock or gravy? Liver is the product that is temperamental. If overcooked, liver will add a bitter flavor to the stock and gravy. Therefore, our turkey broth recipes and gravy ... more
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