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Digital Thermometer

pcjulie

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Aug 16, 2005
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Can you put this in after the meat has been cooking for a while? Also, can it be used with meat in a crockpot? Thanks!

Julie Myers
Denver, PA
 

mbkraese

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Jan 9, 2006
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pcjulie said:
Can you put this in after the meat has been cooking for a while? Also, can it be used with meat in a crockpot? Thanks!

Julie Myers
Denver, PA


Julie,
Sure you could probably put it in a crockpot.... We used it in our Turkey Fryer
at Thanksgiving when we deep fried our turkey. We tried this because it has a guarantee!
Right!
I don't know about putting it in after the meat has been cooking awhile in the oven ...
I guess if you forget to use it... Why not? But try not to forget... It is one of our amazing... can live without tools... especially if you cook alot of meat in the oven.... I sold 6 of them to my local fire department they cook 6 racks of prime rib at a time.....

Mary Beth Kraese
South Huntington, LI, NY
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www.pamperedchef.biz/marybethskitchen
 
Jan 16, 2005
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digital thermometer uses

Julie,
My husband loves this item. He uses it to deepfry meat, grill everything.
You can put in the meat after it has cooked for a while or when you start.
Select the meat you are cooking, stick in the probe, and leave attachment setting on the cupboard. It will even tell you when its done. It also has a timer on it. It is so cool. I show at every show along with the grill items and sell at least one every show.
Michelle Huwe
Farmington NM
 
Jan 16, 2005
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Ginger,
yes the cord is coming out of the oven and attached to the base part
the probe is in the meat, the attachment to the base is setting on the counter
you pick the meat you are cooking and it will beep at you when it reaches that temperature
this is the therometer that costs $45
michelle
 
Nov 3, 2005
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I have fallen in love with my digital thereometer it is well worth the money. One discovery that I made the other day is that you can use the therometer and the timer part at the same time. I might be a little slow at discovering this but thought that I would share just in case I am not the only slow one in the bunch.
regina
 

reesefamily5

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I used mine for the first time last week and I love it!!!! My turkey was so juicy because I didn't over cook it at all because I knew it was done.

I'm definetly thinking about getting this for my in-laws. Either there chicken or turkey is so overcooked that the dogs don't even want to eat it or it is undercooked and still pink. This would be the perfect tool for them!!:cool:
 

its_me_susan

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Jul 31, 2005
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reesefamily5 said:
I used mine for the first time last week and I love it!!!! My turkey was so juicy because I didn't over cook it at all because I knew it was done.

I'm definetly thinking about getting this for my in-laws. Either there chicken or turkey is so overcooked that the dogs don't even want to eat it or it is undercooked and still pink. This would be the perfect tool for them!!:cool:

My chickens & turkeys have been so perfect too and I have not basted at all! Just trusting the themometer. I sell alot of these too. Such a wonderful product ~ and not heavy; don't leave home without it!
 

Lisa/ChefBear

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Jun 24, 2005
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The Digital Thermometer is NOT meant to be used on an outdoor grill and if customer has problems and needs to return it and says there were using on grill, PC will NOT replace it. Just a word of warning, I had this happen with a guest. :(

Lisa
 

Harrle

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Jul 18, 2005
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No No on the Grill

My parents use theirs on the grill all of the time! I have repeatedly told them it states in the Product information guide that it is not to be use on the grill and they are taking the life of the DT in their own hands!

I love my Dig Therm. - used it when I made a roast tonight in my professional skillet, the roast was still mostly frozen and I didn't want to chance cracking a stone!!!

Leea:cool:
 
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