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Polder Stainless Steel Dual Oven Thermometer, 12453 : Dual-function thermometer features stainless-steel probe to measure the internal temperature of meat and a sensor to track oven temperature. Large face features cooking chart for veal, pork, beef, lamb and poultry and is easy to read through the oven door. Heat-resistant silicone grip ensures safe handling in and out of the oven; withstands heat up to 650 degrees F. Easily roast meat and bake a casserole at the same time and save energy. Stainless-steel with silicone. Wipe clean. 3 1/2"L x 2 1/2"W x 1/2"H. Product Features Dual-function gauge shows oven temperature and has a stainless-steel probe to detect internal meat temperature Extra-large face is easy to read through the oven door USDA cooking chart on the gauge for veal, pork, beef, lamb and poultry Read meat temperature from 120 degrees - 200 degrees F (50 degrees - 90 degrees C) See oven temperature from 150 degrees - 550 degrees F (75 degrees - 275 degrees C) Silicone grip is heat-resistant up to 650 degrees F
 
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PostedDecember 11, 2011
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Ellen11
fromWa. State
Gender:Female
My Cooking Level:Advanced
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Kitchen Mad Scientist
I didn't know why my oven didn't cook things like it should until I received this oven thermometer. I found out my oven was 40 degrees lower then it should be. It is a big help, as I now know to turn my temp up.
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