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Topic # 159768 12-Dec-2014 02:48
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Use XTP-20 for 20% off.  

Good deal, and amazing product. 

Usually get the meat perfect with this.

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  Reply # 1196060 12-Dec-2014 09:29
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$100 NZ buckeroos for a meat themometer ? Shessh. I picked up a cheap $15.00 unit that has served me well for 5 or so years. Admittedly, not quite as flash - no folding probe, etc, but I have found having a meat thermometer an indispensable kitchen utility - great for rotisserie BBQ's, oven roasts, etc. No more under or overcooked dinners :-)

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  Reply # 1196068 12-Dec-2014 09:34
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I use a meat thermometer for really large bbq slow cooks, but rarely for something else. Steak is very easy to get right by using the base of the thumb method and a decent rest after cooking.

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