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Old 20-11-2003, 03:54 PM
Ginny
 
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Default Digital Probe Thermometer from America's Test Kitchen?

Hello,

A year or so ago, I saw a re-run of an episode of "America's Test
Kitchen" in which they tested digital probe thermometers.

Of course I didn't write down the test kitchen's choice when I saw the
show, and I'm now in the market for a new one. I visited their Web
site even though I know they don't have any information beyond the
last two seasons (which I think is RIDICULOUS!).

I'll be most grateful if anyone out there can recall which thermometer
they chose, and either e-mail me directly, or post on the group (or
both).

Thank you in advance.

-G

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Old 20-11-2003, 04:58 PM
Robert Klute
 
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On 20 Nov 2003 07:54:22 -0800, (Ginny) wrote:

Hello,

A year or so ago, I saw a re-run of an episode of "America's Test
Kitchen" in which they tested digital probe thermometers.


Owen Instruments Thermapen 5

Available from
ThermoWorks, Inc.
(P.O. Box 605, American Fork, Utah 84003; 801-756-7705)
http://www.thermoworks.com/products/...tpen_home.html


The Taylor Model 9840 Digital Pocket Thermometer came in second, and the
Polder came in third (mainly because it is awkward as an instant read).
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Old 20-11-2003, 05:45 PM
Rona Yuthasastrakosol
 
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Default Digital Probe Thermometer from America's Test Kitchen?

"Ginny" wrote in message
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Hello,

A year or so ago, I saw a re-run of an episode of "America's Test
Kitchen" in which they tested digital probe thermometers.

Of course I didn't write down the test kitchen's choice when I saw the
show, and I'm now in the market for a new one. I visited their Web
site even though I know they don't have any information beyond the
last two seasons (which I think is RIDICULOUS!).

I'll be most grateful if anyone out there can recall which thermometer
they chose, and either e-mail me directly, or post on the group (or
both).

Thank you in advance.

-G


Coincidentally, I was just reading about that particular test yesterday. I
think it's only the recipes that they don't keep for more than two seasons.
To find the results of all of the equipment tests, go to
http://www.americastestkitchen.com/E.../default.shtml . You'll
also find the results of the timer/thermometer test there, if you're ever
interested in that type of thermometer.

rona
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