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[Dollarama] Dollarama - Pyrex Digital Food Thermometer 3$

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[Dollarama] Dollarama - Pyrex Digital Food Thermometer 3$

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Bought last one at my local Dollarama in montreal (saint laurent)

Dont have much review online, but only 2 reviews in the link below (4 stars out of 5))
Exactly like this showing at 20$.

http://www.wayfair.com/Pyrex-Digital-Th ... X1277.html


In the food section as well for 2$ a traditional ice cream scoop with the mechanism (for small ice cream balls though)
http://www.123rf.com/photo_9969028_a-tr ... scoop.html
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[OP]
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lotfi.bm wrote:
May 27th, 2013 9:17 pm
What aisle for the thermometer?
Kitchen accessories and gadgets
Was hanged next to the forks and knives
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Would this be suitable for use as a BBQ meat thermometer? I am on my third one right now and one of them seem to work reliably. Ruined a perfectly good pork tenderloin last weekend since the damn thing wouldn't rise above 140 degrees. Kill the kids with undercooked pork or play it safe and end up with a bone dry slab of meat.....decisions, decisions.
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Captain Snazzypants wrote:
May 28th, 2013 10:44 am
Would this be suitable for use as a BBQ meat thermometer? I am on my third one right now and one of them seem to work reliably. Ruined a perfectly good pork tenderloin last weekend since the damn thing wouldn't rise above 140 degrees. Kill the kids with undercooked pork or play it safe and end up with a bone dry slab of meat.....decisions, decisions.
If you're looking for a solid thermometer, I'd look at the Thermoworks ones, which are highly rated.
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expergo wrote:
May 28th, 2013 10:50 am
If you're looking for a solid thermometer, I'd look at the Thermoworks ones, which are highly rated.
Thanks - who sells these? The usual over-priced BBQ stores, presumably, but anywhere else?
willy wrote:
May 28th, 2013 10:58 am
I know it costs a bit more than this kind ... I prefer those with wire/cable so that the display part can stay outside of the oven. This way, I don't need to open up the oven all the time.
Amen. I have a Big Green Egg and the last thing I want to do is keep opening it up to check on things...
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Captain Snazzypants wrote:
May 28th, 2013 11:33 am
Thanks - who sells these? The usual over-priced BBQ stores, presumably, but anywhere else?
I know they sell them at this boutique kitchen store on Yonge. But I just ordered a few from their website. Its $14 flat rate shipping + duties + taxes to Canada up to I think $200.

I ordered the RT600C. Same one goes for $40 or so on amazon.ca and $19 direct from manufacturer.
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Captain Snazzypants wrote:
May 28th, 2013 11:33 am
Thanks - who sells these? The usual over-priced BBQ stores, presumably, but anywhere else?



Amen. I have a Big Green Egg and the last thing I want to do is keep opening it up to check on things...
What about this one from IKEA. Five bucks.

http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/80100406/
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I've also picked one up at Loblaws. Can't remember, but cheap enough to be worth it.
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P_shopper wrote:
May 28th, 2013 8:08 pm
What about this one from IKEA. Five bucks.

curious what people think of this one. thanks.
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quazy wrote:
May 29th, 2013 12:45 am
curious what people think of this one. thanks.
I bought this before the snow melted and for $5 it works great. I haven't tried leaving thermometer sensor inside the roast pork/beef with the display outside the oven... Haven't even thought about that, it's on my to do list when the temperature gets cooler in five or so months.
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