meat thermometer

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a thermometer that is inserted into the center of a roast (with the top away from the heat source)

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My top tip A meat thermometer will get your steak or roast exactly as you like it.
Caption: Joseph Joseph The Thermobaste three-piece set includes a large baster, a leave-in meat thermometer and a cleaning brush, which along with the thermometer, fits inside the base for storage.
Use a meat thermometer to make sure large pieces hit a safe temperature: 145 degrees Fahrenheit for beef (160 degrees Fahrenheit for ground beef) and 165 degrees Fahrenheit for chicken.
Smart lighting systems, Skype-connected baby monitors, a Bluetooth enabled meat thermometer and smart ovens were all unveiled at the Las Vegas show.
Insert a meat thermometer, if using, into the middle of the meat.
The iGrill meat thermometer checks the temperature of your grilled meats and delivers the information via Bluetooth to an app on your phone.
Some years ago I received the gift of a large grilling fork with a built-in meat thermometer.
Three essential tools: A stiff wire grill brush; long-handled, spring-loaded tongs; and an instant-read meat thermometer.
MOVIE: Man denies attacking victim with meat thermometer.
Test by making a cut in the thickest part and check if cooked to your liking or test by pushing in a meat thermometer - it should read 60C.
In particular, less than half report using separate cutting boards for raw meat, poultry, or produce, and just 29% say they employ a meat thermometer.
If you take a meat thermometer and stick it through the meatiest part of the thigh and it registers anything over 75 degrees centigrade, you'll know it's killed off any bacteria.
During food preparation, it is recommended that you use an accurate meat thermometer to ensure that food is thoroughly cooked.