Traditional Thanksgiving dinner for some involves a large pot of hot oil. That's right, a deep-fried turkey. While the sizzling method can mean a quicker time from pot to table, caution must be taken before strapping on your apron. Here's some science to tuck into your apron for safe turkey frying.
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