You need to measure the temperature of your food - the same way you need to dip your toe into a freshly filled bathtub to test if it will burn you. You need to check if your chicken is cooked all the way through, you need to see if your wine has been stored and served in correct and suitable conditions, you need to test the fermenting temperature of your beer, whether your soup is cool enough to gobble down, or whether your steak is rare or medium.
Get yourself a Roast & Oven Thermometer to test all of these things. Measure the temperature inside a roast... or outside!
Is it getting hot in here, or is it just the excitement getting to our heads? Let's test it using this thermometer...
... It turns out that it's just the excitement getting to our heads.
- Made from stainless steel.
- Low roasting temperature of 80 - 90 degrees Celsius.
- Measures temperature in the oven 50 - 300 degrees Celsius.
- Measures temperature inside the roast 30 - 100 degrees Celsius.
Probe Length: 10.5cm.