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Deal Of The Day: 14% Off On Range Smart Thermometer

Range Smart Thermometer

Cooking isn’t an exact science, but with the right tools, it can be, so you can cook that perfect steak or roast each and every time — minus the usual estimations and approximations that usually go with it. Well, when it comes to cooking temperature anyway, because that’s what the Range Smart Thermometer will take note of for you.

Its 3-inch sharp tip is made from steel and durable silicone so you can poke and prod whatever you’re cooking to record its temperature and get alerts on your phone when it’s ready to go.

  • Perfect for use while grilling, roasting, baking, broiling, & smoking meat
  • Easily connects to your device via its silicone cable
  • Prevents you from eating undercooked meat
  • Clips onto pots to enable hands-free, no-fuss cooking
  • Offers calibrated temperature readings in both Fahrenheit & Celsius
  • Comes w/ graphing mode to map out the data points of your food experiments

The Range Smart Thermometer is currently on sale for $59.95.

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Talking Wireless Grill Thermometer Helps Cook Steak


By Shane McGlaun

Being a guy in the south cooking on the grill is a way of life. We don’t wait for good weather; all we need is an open flame and a pair of tongs. The cardinal rules are don’t overcook the steaks and keep the wife away from the grill.

Most guys know that when you are cooking a good steak, you don’t just cut it open to see if it’s done. You have to use a thermometer. The catch is that if you are inside cooking something else and the grill flares up you can have a burnt steak quickly.

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Digital Thermometer Pan

By Jonathan Kimak

I do a lot of cooking for myself and others. And I always make sure foods like red meat are cooked fully so that there’s no chance of anyone getting sick from the food. But there can be some trial and error in making sure things are well cooked but not overcooked.

This skillet takes away the guess work for temperature by sticking a thermometer inside the pan. With a digital display on the pan handle you will always know what temperature the pan is at, with or without food in the pan.

This means that those cooking instructions will be a lot easier and it will help prevent you from overcooking meals, meaning happier family/guests.

The pan is $50.

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