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Recipes make great guidelines, but cooking times for different foods can vary a great deal from one kitchen to the next. Different heat sources, such as grills and ovens, different altitudes, and varying sizes or densities of food can affect the amount of time needed for a dish to cook to a safe temperature. Instead of slicing open roasts or chicken breasts as they cook to see how they look, we recommend you use the Taylor Instant-Read Digital Thermometer to determine the precise temperature of your dish. The easy-to-read LCD display updates once a second, giving you immediate information on the status of your meal. The thermometer recognizes temperatures between 58 and 302 degrees F, so you can be sure it will work beautifully with any food you're cooking. Just stick the stainless steel probe into the thickest part of your meat, and wait for the temperature to update. When you're not using the thermometer, keep it clean and handy by inserting it into the included plastic case -- it even has a pocket clip, so you can keep it right by your side while you're hovering over the barbecue grill. The convenient on/off switch helps you conserve the battery power when it's not in use, and this thermometer comes out of the box ready to be used -- a battery is included.
Best Used For:
This thermometer is great for measuring the internal temperature of roasts and grilled foods to ensure they've been properly cooked.
Even if you have the 'leave-in' larger thermometers that cook with a roast in oven, every cook needs this one in their 'tool box' too. If you're grilling smaller items on an outdoor BBQ or frying on stovetop, you can use this item to quickly test doneness of thinner cuts of meat such as steaks, burgers, chops, etc. You cannot use the larger ones as easily and quickly for that. Digital readout is the way to go if your vision impaired as I am.
I bought as a backup to the Polder 307T in case the probe failed. The probed failed at an important stage. This "Instant device" showed a temperature of 147 deg F where the last reading with a 40 year old thermometer was 117. Not accurate at all. Do not waste your money like I did.