Keep an eye on both your oven’s temperature and its contents with this handy in-oven thermometer. Featuring an extra-large face that’s easy to read through the oven door, a heat-resistant silicone grip and the USDA’s recommended...Read More
Keep an eye on both your oven’s temperature and its contents with this handy in-oven thermometer. Featuring an extra-large face that’s easy to read through the oven door, a heat-resistant silicone grip and the USDA’s recommended temperature chart printed on its face, this waterproof thermometer is perfect for roasting a turkey or holiday ham and allows you to fine-tune any meal. Accurately reads temperatures between 120°F and 200°F.
I love my mom, but some things she just couldn't cook. I swear she was a (shoe) cobbler in another life because all her meats were shoe leather! This has helped me to be a pretty good cook. It's accurate which is great, especially if your oven temp varies. Also, if position just right, you don't have to open the oven door as much, just turn on the oven light; this way the oven temp stays regulated. I love it so much I have given them as gifts to cooks of all caliber.
i needed a new thermometer and I liked the dual readout on this one. I REALLY hate that it is from china. I had a gift card and needed one, or I would have searched internet for an american or european made one. fingers crossed it's not a POS.
Best Answer:In my opinion, it might work but in a limited way. The only reason I can think of to use a thermometer in cooking, other than meats, is for candy-making. If you were just trying to get an idea of how hot a liquid was, e.g. coffee, water, etc, then it may work. The temperature gauge is 120-120 degrees and a lot of hot liquids would be fine at 170 degrees or less. Again, this is my opinion only. I am not an expert cook!