Category Archives for "Meat Thermometers"

The Internal Temperature of a Hamburger When Done

A hamburger with cheese and onion in between two buns

The USDA‘s recommended safe minimum internal temperature of a hamburger when done is 160 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the recommendation for consumers cooking burgers at home. The 2017 FDA Food Code (it’s updated every four years) states that a hamburger’s safe minimum internal temperature when done is 158 degrees Fahrenheit. The FDA’s food code also […]

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ThermoPro TP17H Thermometer Review

ThermoPro TP17H Digital Food Thermometer with 4 Temperature Probes

The ThermoPro TP17H Thermometer is a four-probe thermometer designed for your oven, grill, or smoker. The TP17H thermometer is an updated version of the very popular dual-probe ThermoPro TP-17 thermometer. With both high and low-temperature alarm capabilities the ThermoPro TP17H can be utilized as an oven, grill, or smoker alarm thermometer. However, you will need […]

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Thermoworks Smoke Thermometer Review

Thermoworks Smoke Thermometer transmitter and receiver displaying 69 degrees Fahrenheit

The Thermoworks Smoke Thermometer has been on the market for over 4 years at the time of this review. A dual-probe remote meat thermometer that transmits cooking data between its transmitter and receiver, the Smoke remains one of the top thermometers in its class. Since then, there have been numerous other remote meat thermometers to […]

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ThermoPro TP27 Remote Meat Thermometer Review

The ThermoPro TP27 Remote Meat thermometer's trasnmitter and receiver displaying 68.4 degrees Fahrenheit

The ThermoPro TP27 Remote Meat Thermometer is a four-probe, wireless transmitter-to-receiver remote meat thermometer. It is also referred to by its official model number, the ThermoPro TP-27B. It is part of a new generation of meat thermometers that ThermoPro has been introducing in the past year. The ThermoPro TP27 is their latest update in their […]

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ThermoPro TP08S Remote Meat Thermometer Review

ThermoPro TP08S Remote Meat Thermometer's transmitter and receiver units displaying 131 degrees Fahrenheit

The ThermoPro TP08S Remote Meat Thermometer is just one of the many remote meat thermometers produced by ThermoPro. With so many models it can get a little confusing. Don’t worry, I’ve got them all and I’ll help you wade through the differences and similarities between all of them. The ThermoPro TP08S is a dual-probe remote […]

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ThermoPro TP18 Meat Thermometer Review

ThermoPro TP18 Meat Thermometer with the box it came in.

There are a lot of things to like about the ThermoPro TP18 Meat Thermometer. A thermocouple-type meat thermometer, it is fast and accurate with temperature readings in 2 to 3 seconds. It has a bright, red digit LED display that is easily visible in the dark. It even comes with a calibration function should it […]

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Thermoworks ChefAlarm Review

Thermoworks ChefAlarm with its probe attached next to its carrying case and included pot clip

The Thermoworks ChefAlarm is a single-probe cooking thermometer and timer that has garnered top ratings from respected authorities such as America’s Test Kitchen and others. This isn’t really surprising, Thermoworks is known for producing the highest quality thermometers on the market today. The ChefAlarm is no exception. It has plenty of features that will save […]

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The Best Bluetooth Meat Thermometers of 2020

The Tenergy Solis Bluetooth meat thermometer, Thermopro TP 25 Bluetooth Meat Thermometer, the Inkbird IBT-4xs Bluetooth meat thermometer and the Lavatools Carbon Lite Bluetooth meat thermometers monitoring a 148 degree Fahrenheit water bath

After buying and using these Bluetooth meat thermometers over the last year, here is my list of the best Bluetooth meat thermometers on the market. These are strictly Bluetooth meat thermometers and none have WiFi capabilities. WiFi meat thermometers also have Bluetooth compatibility and are more expensive than Bluetooth-only meat thermometers. My pick for the […]

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Do You Need a Meat Thermometer For Cooking Meat?

A whole roasted chicken at 160 degrees Fahrenheit on the Thermapen MK4 meat thermometer.

Do you need a meat thermometer for cooking meat? A similar question would be, do you need a speedometer to drive a car? No, but it helps. One of the main reasons people overcook their meat is that they have no idea the temperature their meat is at in the cooking process. By the time […]

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Lavatools Carbon Lite Bluetooth Meat Thermometer Review

Lavatools Carbon Lite Bluetooth Meat Thermometer

The Lavatools Carbon Lite Bluetooth Meat thermometer is one of the better Bluetooth meat thermometers you’ll find under $30. Is it the best Bluetooth meat thermometer on the market? No, but at its price point, it offers good value. I’d thought I’d seen some uniquely-designed meat thermometers before I ran into the Carbon Lite meat […]

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