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|07-28-2011 08:18 AM|
|soobaerodude||Only pink left|
|07-27-2011 11:53 AM|
Just gave it the ice bath test and this thing is just amazing. Smack bang my thermapen hits 31.9-32F just like the booklet says it should. Super fast reading.
|07-26-2011 05:57 PM|
|InNirvana||So... did anyone else get a packet of jelly belly with their thermapen...? I found that totally random...|
|07-25-2011 07:02 PM|
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|07-25-2011 04:10 PM|
There no thermometer that'll do "everything" in a kitchen. I have a Thermapen for things like roasts/turkeys, and because I do a lot of smoking. I also use a probe thermometer when smoking for extended periods of time. I have a cheap surface temp thermometer for my grills, a candy thermometer, etc for other purposes.
|07-25-2011 03:58 PM|
|07-25-2011 03:00 PM|
However, if taking a temp of say, hot oil, what would you use? Is there that much of a temp difference between the middle of the oil batch and the surface? In fact for steaming water, my physics is a bit rusty, but I think the surface is actually hotter than the middle of the batch... vapor an such.
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|07-24-2011 08:40 PM|
|ShinraRasengan||$70 for a therm? Is this that much better than a laser therm? They flash a temp in under second and this takes 3 or more... unless u need like a tenth of a degree accuracy or something. Maybe the unit its a lot larger than I assume, since it looks like a swiss army knife from the pics.... if it were really long then I see you can use it for interior meat cooking temps etc. like therm sticks, but still, 70 freakin dollars...|
|07-24-2011 02:55 PM|
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