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Instant Read Thermometer
Large 1 inch Dial
0 to 220 Degrees
Price: $6.99 Sale Price: $5.99
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Steak Button Barbecue Thermometer Set
Set of 4, temperature readings of rare, medium and well, 1 inch face
Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $15.99
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Steak Station 4 Probe Digital Meat Thermometer
Monitor 4 steaks at a time
**Product Demo Video**
Price: $29.99 Sale Price: $23.99
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Digital Fast Read Meat Thermometer
Battery included
Super Thin Tip
Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $18.99
Digital Grilling Meat Thermometer Fork
13.75 inches long, Batteries are included, LCD display
Price: $14.99 Sale Price: $12.99
Flip Tip Digital Instant Read Thermometer
Battery included
LCD display
Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $18.99
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Flip Tip Instant Read Meat Thermometer
Folding probe locks in several positions
Price: $21.99 Sale Price: $19.99

Instant read meat thermometers are essential for monitoring your foods temperature. The key to grilling is getting the food cooked properly without drying it out. If you are new to grilling these are the first tool that you should have.

USDA Food Temperature Guidelines

With everybody so concerned about E. coli nowadays, most people prefer their food thoroughly cooked. The only way to be 100% sure that the food is done thoroughly is to use a thermometer. With that in mind here are the temperatures recommended for each type of food that you may prepare on your grill.

Ground Meat, 160°

Ground Turkey and/or Chicken 165°

Red Meat, Veal, or Lamb, Medium Rare 145° - Medium 160° - Well Done 170°

Poultry (chicken, turkey, duck or goose) 165°.

Pork, Medium 160° - Well done 170°.

Ham, Raw, 160°  Precooked 140°.

Eggs, 160°

Fish 155º

Shrimp & Lobster is fully cooked when it turns opaque and firm

We also have a guide on approximately how long it takes to get into these temperature ranges. Using this chart and an accurate meat thermometer is the only sure way to know that your food has reached a high enough internal temperature to destroy any bacteria in it.