Chef Remi Digital Cooking Thermometer
I’ve only ever owned a analog cooking thermometer, so I jumped at the chance to review the Chef Remi Digital Cooking Thermometer.
After marinating the London broil, I put it on the grill. I knew that it would take about 5 minutes on each side. I timed the first side before checking the temperature with my Chef Remi Digital Thermometer. It registered to about 111° F. I then turned it to the uncooked side and let it continue cooking for another 2 minutes.
After I removed the meat and put it on the plate, I was able to test the temperature again…117.5°F. I brought it into the house, lightly covered it, and allowed it to come to temperature. When I finally cut into the meat a few minutes later, the London broil was a lovely medium rare on the sides and rare in the center. And it was delicious! The meat was still juicy and flavorful.
The Chef Remi instant-read digital cooking thermometer is easy to use. A button allows you to choose Celsius or Fahrenheit. Its temperature range is amazing from -58°F to 572ºF (-50ºC to 300°C). It comes in its own protective case that keeps your Chef Remi thermometer ready to use and safe from being turned on accidentally. Its auto-shutdown feature turns off your thermometer after 10 minutes without use.
Your digital thermometer comes with a working battery, instructions and a 100% money-back lifetime guarantee. The battery is easily replaced by removing the top of the thermometer.
I’m very happy with my Chef Remi instant-read digital cooking thermometer and I’m so pleased to have such a great tool for use in my kitchen.
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