Taylor food thermometer

Go Try It

December 17, 2005|By BRITTANY BAUHAUS

What it is -- A line of nine different, state-of-the-art, user-friendly, food thermometers for meat, beverages and candy.

How it works --Especially during the holidays, food thermometers take precedence over other prime kitchen tools. Insert the Model 502 meat thermometer into your holiday poultry or ham to track the temperature and doneness level of your meat. Other instruments of the same line of products include the wine, hot beverage, digital instant-read and candy thermometers.

What we like about it --The Taylor culinary brand thermometers incorporate large dials with easily readable, dot-matrix displays. The tools are coated in silicone for easy handling and protection against heat.

What it costs --Prices range from $13 to $20.

How to order --Available at Williams-Sonoma and similar specialty gourmet shops.

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