Got a new Meat thermometer and it’s really quick and accurate, what are the meat thermometer you are using this time?
Cooper DPP400W. They cost about $20.00 at Walmart.
Thermapen is the most accurate fast reading thermometer in my opinion. I get a reading in about 3 seconds. It’s balls on dead eye accurate when tested in 212 boiling water. Can’t say enough, I have had this one for 13 years and it always travels in my suitcase. I now wonder if there is something better these days with technology?
I don’t even know where mine is. I haven’t used it in ages. I don’t eat much chicken or pork. Mostly beef and eggs, with a significant amount of cheese and coconut oil.
+1 for thermoworks. They aren’t cheap but they are accurate and fast. I have a handful of them for smoking meat. I have leave in probes that are Bluetooth connected for long smokes, quick check versions for steak and chicken. Best thermometer out there.
America’s Test Kitchen is still saying the Thermopen is the best in their testing, but expensive. If you want something cheap, Thermoworks also makes the Thermopop, which is less versatile, not as quick, etc. but a great deal at around US$20-$30.
Therm Pro It’s super fast instant read, accurate when compared to my sousvide unit (same exact temperature) and it’s $21 on Amazon. Three year manufacturers warranty. (And it has a cool switchblade probe!)
ThermoPro TP18 Ultra Fast Digital Meat Thermometer with Thermocouple Instant Read Thermometer for Kitchen Cooking Food Candy Thermometer for BBQ Grill Smoker Deep Fry Oil Thermometer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0793MSG7S/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_Jd8RCbNB582V1
Wow, I am checking those thermometers seems great, I am checking back the link of the thermometer which a am having now here and they make some discount: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MQ3MRH2
anyone use the meater thermometer?