Stacy Tilton Reviews: Digital Meat Cooking Thermometer #Giveaway #PBKay - Ends 10-22

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Digital Meat Cooking Thermometer #Giveaway #PBKay - Ends 10-22

I don't know about you but I've always had trouble using the traditional food thermometers to check the temperature of my meats. I've always hated trying to read the little needle as it moves around to the correct temperature. I just never felt like it was giving me the temperature accurately. With my new Digital Meat Thermometer however I can have an accurate reading in as little as 5-10 seconds. It features an easy to read display that has a temperature range from -58 to 572 degree F (-50 to 300 C). It's virtually hands free and has an auto-off feature that kicks in after 15 minutes. I love this part because I'm famous for using things like this then laying them on the counter, forgetting to go back and shut them off. The other nice part is the case that the thermometer slides into for safe storage between uses.

Win it:  One lucky reader will win a Digital Meat Cooking Thermometer. This giveaway will end October 23rd at 12:00 AM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email. If no response, a new winner will be chosen. Open to residents of the US.

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Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. I don't have a method right now and really need a meat thermometer especially when cooking chicken.

  2. I check the juices of chicken to see if it is clean and done.

  3. just checking to see if the meat runs clear

  4. I cut in the chicken to make sure there is no pink color

  5. cutting into to see if cooked through

  6. I usually cut into the meat to see what it looks like inside.

  7. Currently I just make sure there is no pink.

  8. Trinity MorganOctober 22, 2014

    My current method is to cut it open and see if it is done!