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Two Christmas presents this past year were Thermoworks ThermoPop & ChefAlarm. . .

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Posted to Thread #29388 at 2:18 pm on Jan 25, 2017

Thermometers.

The Thermopop is fast, fast, soooo much faster than my old dial thermometers. Like 1,2, there's the temp. It's very speedy and easy to use.

I finally used my Thermoworks ChefAlarm (it's got a temp probe) last night to cook a 1-1/2 lb little pork tenderloin. Set it for 148. I cooked maybe 10 minutes @ 400 then turned it down to 350. Alarm went off, I removed meat from oven, covered with foil and let rest. It rose to about 159. The meat was tender, juicy, hardly shrank at all and quite delicious.

The ChefAlarm is quite easy to use, will set flat on a counter or you can bend up the display for easy counter top reading. Plus, you can if you wish, mount on a steel/iron vertical surface, as it is also equipped with two nice and strong magnets.

These two are the best kitchen gadgets I have had in a long while. Now I guess I gotta cook a BIG roast to play with them again. Wait, it's stopped raining for a while-I could cook something on the grill, maybe spare ribs or a roast. I could smoke them low and slow and know how the meat was doing. Before I always had to do this by guess and by golly.

I recommend them both. I also need to ask for a good cuisinart, big enough to make a loaf of bread next.


A Proud "Master Food Preserver San Bernardino County" since 1996!


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