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<p />I did a turkey breast tonight - it was about 4-5 lb. I did it in a drip pan over 2 firebricks to keep the drippings from burning. In the picture you can see my polder probe is double wrapped (loose wrap) in foil. I have found that I loose very few probes anymore since I started wrapping them. I was cooking this bird indirect at 350-375 for 3 hrs. 375-400 deg is about the safe max for a bare probe - it might go higher but your taking a chance. Tonight I let Humpty get away from me at one point and the dome went to 500 deg - ouch - I shut it down and got it back to 350 in 5-10 min but I am sure that foil wrap saved me $6 for a new probe. [p]Turkey was wonderful![p]Tim