Category Archives for "Meat Thermometers"

How to Read a Good Cook Meat Thermometer

The Good Cook Classic Meat Thermometer

If you have ever tried to read a Good Cook Classic Meat Thermometer you’re probably wondering, what’s with the different types of meat labeled at the bottom of the dial? The bottom red row has beef, lamb, and pork grouped together. The upper black row has poultry and ham as a group. Well, it is […]

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The Best Inexpensive Digital Meat Thermometer

Thermopro TP03 Digital Meat Thermometer

You want the best inexpensive digital meat thermometer to buy. Okay, we can help you. We review a lot of thermometers. And we will tell you something you already know. You get what you pay for. There are a lot of cheap digital meat thermometers on the market that are pretty terrible. That being said, you can […]

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Lavatools Javelin PRO Duo Thermometer Review

Lavatools Javelin Pro Duo Thermometer

Out of all the thermometers we’ve tested, the only one that meets our criteria of ease of use, accuracy, durability, AND at a reasonable price is the Lavatools Javelin Pro Duo Digital Meat Thermometer.  At around half the price of its closest competitor in terms of performance and features, the Javelin Pro Duo is a tremendous […]

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Tenergy Solis Digital Meat Thermometer Review

Tenergy Solis Meat Thermometer

Tenergy Solis Digital Meat Thermometer: QUICK OVERVIEWReview of: Tenergy Solis Digital Meat ThermometerCategory: Best Meat Thermometers  Features Value For Money Accuracy Ease of UseWhat We Like Capable of High Temperature readings up to 572 degrees F Super accurate within 1% +/- Comes with 6 different channel probes taking 6 different temperatures at the same time […]

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What Temperature is a Simmer on the Stove?

Simmering Liquid

Just think about it. How many times has a recipe instructed you to simmer something? And how many times do you find yourself heating your liquid on the stove to some random point below boiling and calling it good? What is a simmer? A simmer is to maintain the temperature of a liquid between 185 […]

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