Category Archives for "Meat Thermometer Temperature Guidance"
How many times have you tried to cook halibut but found yourself overcooking it? I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say that cooking halibut is really tricky. Or is it? Well, it turns out cooking halibut to the perfect internal temperature may not be as hard as you thought. All you have to […]Read More
At what temperature is tilapia done? Tilapia is done at 145 degrees Fahrenheit. Ok, got that out of the way. So, you just bought some tilapia from the market. You want to cook it for dinner tonight and you have no idea what to do. Don’t worry, we got you. In this article, we will […]Read More
The hardest part about cooking bratwurst is cooking them to the proper temperature without burning the outside to a crisp. Bratwurst consists of ground pork with high-fat content. Because of this, they are tricky to cook. When cooked the right way, a bratwurst sausage will be juicy on the inside with a nicely browned exterior. […]Read More
At what temperature is salmon done? Why is my salmon always so dry? These are just a few of the commonly asked questions when cooking salmon. So, why does salmon tend to turn out dry? It’s because most people over-cook it. It’s not their fault. The USDA recommends cooking salmon to 145 degrees Fahrenheit. Please […]Read More
What is the perfect sous vide poached egg temperature? Well, it depends on if you want your egg slow-poached or fast-poached. In this article, we will discuss the two techniques and what temperatures are the best to achieve the perfect sous vide poached egg. Slow-Poached versus Fast-Poached Sous Vide Eggs If you’ve ever cooked an […]Read More
The fast answer to the temperature of cod when done depends on if it’s been frozen or not. For cod that has been frozen you can safely serve it after it reaches 125 to 130 degrees Fahrenheit on an accurate meat thermometer . A caveat to that recommendation, if the frozen cod is prepackaged in a marinade […]Read More
At what temperature is meatloaf done? It all depends on what type of meatloaf it is of course. Is the meatloaf a pure beef mixture? Does it have a mixture of pork, beef, and veal? Is it a turkey meatloaf? Each variety has its own unique cooking techniques and temperatures. Let’s find out what is […]Read More