Instant Read Digital Thermometer by Taylor
Made by the leading thermometer manufacturer, this "rapid response" digital Thermometer reveals internal food temperatures instantly. Great for roasts, grilling and rotisserie foods, you'll get an accurate measurement every time. Large, easy-to-read display registers between 58 and 302 degrees and p... See complete description »
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Made by the leading thermometer manufacturer, this "rapid response" digital Thermometer reveals internal food temperatures instantly. Great for roasts, grilling and rotisserie foods, you'll get an accurate measurement every time. Large, easy-to-read display registers between 58 and 302 degrees and provides 1-second delay updates. Stores away in its protective plastic case with pocket clip when not in use. On/Off switch, battery and replacement battery included. Not oven-safe.
I have Taylor thermomenters in my oven but really needed an instant read. After finding Taylor made one at such a great price point I decided I didnt need to throw a $100 for a Thermapen.
Works perfectly and the price is fantastic. Easy to tell when meat and fish are at that 'just right' temp.
We use this thermometer to test when a loaf of bread has come to the correct internal temperature. It works very well and the bread comes out perfectly done.
I really like it, Cooking.com mailed this too me in good time. this thermomter works very well
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.
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Actual oven temperatures can often vary wildly from what the dial says. Use an oven thermometer and make sure your 350 degree setting is really 350 degrees.