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Digital BBQ Grilling Thermometer Review
, March 9, 2011
I like to grill but I was never 100% sure if my food was cooked just right. I decided to get this digital meat thermometer to have an accurate reading of the food's internal temperature.
It has made grilling much easier because there is no more guesswork or tricks to tell if your steak is just right, or still to rare for your taste.
Here is a list I found on a website from the US Department of Agriculture. I hope it helps.
Fresh ground beef, veal, lamb, pork 160°F
Beef, veal, lamb roasts, steaks, chops: medium rare 145°F
Beef, veal, lamb roasts, steaks, chops: medium 160°F
Beef, veal, lamb roasts, steaks, chops: well done 170°F
Fresh pork roasts, steaks, chops: medium 160°F
Fresh pork roasts, steaks, chops: well done 170°F
Ham: cooked before eating 160°F
Ham: fully cooked, to reheat 140°F
Ground chicken/turkey 165° F
Whole chicken/turkey 180° F
Poultry breasts, roasts 170° F