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4 New Uses for a Meat Thermometer

  Fernando Gutierrez  |    14 October 2014  |    House Cleaning Tips,  |    Sherman Oaks


It tells the difference between medium-rare and well-done, but this trusty gadget can do so much more. Here are four ways to put a meat thermometer to work.

  • Check the water temperature for poached eggs. (It should be 180° F for intact but runny yolks.)
  • Check homemade bread for doneness (190° to 200° F).
  • Reach the right temperature for an ice cream base. (The custard should register 175° to 180° F for 1 minute to cook the eggs without scrambling.)
  • Measure your refrigerator’s temperature. (Put the thermometer into any liquid, like milk; 32° to 40° F is a safe range.)

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