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Meat Thermometers For Grilling

Get the internal temp of your meat easily with the push of a button. Use on the grill, oven, or stove top. Check the temps of your child's hot drinks so they do not get burnt from beverages like hot chocolate or hot apple cider.

Don't stop at meat, the digital kitchen thermometer goes from -58 to 572 degrees F. You can check to see the internal temps of foods and drinks from your frig or your freezer too.

Digital Meat Thermometer

Digital Meat ThermometerGet the internal temp of your meat easily with the push of a button. Use on the grill, oven, or stove top. Check the temps of your child's hot drinks so they do not get burnt from beverages like hot chocolate or hot apple cider.

Digital Meat Thermometer - Model # TP101 -Use for Cooking, Bbq, or Oven

Digital Meat Thermometer - Model # TP101 -Use for Cooking, Bbq, or Oven in Home & Garden, Kitchen, Dining & Bar, Kitchen Tools & Gadgets | eBay

Proper Internal Cooking Temperatures for Chicken, Fish and Beef

Take the guesswork out of grilling by knowing the proper internal cooking temperatures for chicken, fish and beef. By using an instant read thermometer, quickly assess if meat is ready to be taken off the grill for perfect moisture and juiciness without the fear of being over or undercooked.

Safe Minimum Cooking Temperatures | FoodSafety.gov

Safe Minimum Cooking Temperatures

Be Food Safe: Protect Yourself from Food Poisoning

Most people don't think about food safety until they or someone they know gets sick from eating contaminated food. It can happen to anyone. Foodborne illness, sometimes called food poisoning, is a common, costly-yet preventable-public health problem. Each year, about 1 in 6 Americans (or 48 million people) gets sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die of foodborne diseases.

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Even for experienced cooks, the improper heating and preparation of food means bacteria can survive. Use a food thermometer. Check your steps at http://foodsafety.gov

Prevent Food poisoning

Food poisoning, also called food-borne illness, is illness caused by eating contaminated food. Infectious organisms - including various bacteria, viruses and parasites - or their toxins are the most common causes of food poisoning. Infectious organisms or their toxins can contaminate food at any point during its processing or production.

Prevention and Education

What can you do to protect yourself and your family from food poisoning? Following these simple steps can help keep your family safer from food poisoning at home. CLEAN: Wash hands and surfaces often. Illness-causing bacteria can survive in many places around your kitchen, including your hands, utensils, and cutting boards.