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Old 07-15-2013, 05:35 PM   #4
Ron_L
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As mentioned, pink colored meat is normal. You can tell if the meat is done by using a white paper towel and touching it to the meat. The juice from the meat should be clear, not pink.

Also, and good meat thermometer will help with chicken. You want the internal temp for dark meat to be at least 165. I prefer closer to 180 for legs and thighs.
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