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May 24, 2012 6:28 AM CST
Name: Franklin Troiso
Rutland MA
Zone 6b
For years now i hve wantedto buy a good meat thermometer. I bought one of those wireless kinds that you leave he probe in the meat inside the oven adn hen it tells ou when it is eady. I had trouble figuring out exactlyu howthey worked and then realized that they would not work well on the BBQ grill. Overthe years i bought and returned several thermometes but i recnelty went and spent close to a hundred dollars to buy the Thermoworks thermometers. hese are precision built by hand in England and comes endorsed by chefs from all over the world including our very own Alton Brown. This type of thermometer does not stay in the meat. You haveto oppen the oven door to get the temperature BUT becausethe thermo sensor is at the very tip ofr the probe you nly have to penetrate the meat an 1/8 of an inch to get an acurate reading and it will get the temperature in less then 3 seconds whereas all the othe ones i tried took sometimes a mute to get an acurate reading. The package arrives with a hand written calibration test. This thing is so acurate that you can measure the tempeature of any thing you can cook including water, oil, candy, bread. It even measures the temperature of the air conditioning coming out of the vents in my care, 40 degrees. Smiling

If you wantto check it out go to http://www.thermosorks.com

best of all, it comes in about a dozen colors. Deb picked out red

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