Culinary Fun Fact: What thermometers do I need?


At the very least an instant-read thermometer for sticking in pieces of meat or fish for an instant read of the internal temperature. These thermometers have made the old-fashioned meat thermometers that are left in the meat as it cooks obsolete.

If you fry a lot, a frying thermometer that clips on to the side of the pan and measures the temperature of the oil can be useful.

A candy thermometer or a chocolate thermometer can be nice, but instead buy an inelegant digital thermometer that measures in a range between 50° and 200°F.


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