[CnD] newby! cooking thormonitor
penny.reeder at gmail.com
Tue Mar 8 13:58:30 EST 2016
Hi, You could clump it all up and then stick the thermometer into the
middle of the clump, but I would just use a fork. When you press down
on the ground meat with the back of your fork, it is done when it
feels firm. If it doesn't feel firm, keep on cooking. You can also
tell when it smells like it's cooked -- but that takes more practice
than simply testing with a fork.
The thermometer is great for almost everything, but it's hard to get
an accurate reading with meat that's ground.
On 3/8/16, Kimsan via Cookinginthedark <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org> wrote:
> First of all, thanks to Pablo I think the name was for sending me the link
> to the blind mice.
> I've never been the greatest in the cooking department or in the kitchen,
> but I've managed to avoid food poisoning. Smile.
> So, I'm about to purchase the cooking thormonitor from the blind mice, and
> my question is concerning ground beef.
> How can I tell if it's fully cooked when using this thing as it's all over
> the skillet. I mean, this part might be done, but other pieces of the meet
> might not be fully cooked.
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