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  1. I’m a bit annoyed by vague recipes. Instructions like “Add some oregano” or “Add your preferred amount of garlic” are meaningless the first time I follow a given recipe. Moreover, charcoal cooking temperatures, like medium-high, are especially worthless to me. I know, I know, some of you will say, “Just cook it to the proper internal temperature irrespective of the heat.” I do, but grill heat plays an important role in meat texture and Maillard reaction production. So, since a medium temperature on my Kamado Joe is significantly different from the medium temperature attainabl
  2. Hi all, I've had a feeling that my Pit Boss temp probe was a bit out so I tested it tonight in boiling water and it taps out at around 180f (my Thermopen read 211.6f). It doesn't look like you can calibrate it - I had a look at the end and although there's a ridge that a screwdriver can go in it doesn't move. I've seen a few people replace their gauge and Tell Tru brand pops up a lot, is there a particular model everyone recommends and where would I get it online? I'm in Australia so online is likely the only option. Cheers, Ben
  3. http://www.fireboard.com *** SEE UPDATE AT BOTTOM OF THIS POST *** My inner geek is tweaking once again. I ordered one of these Fireboard thermometer systems from All Things BBQ yesterday... http://www.atbbq.com I have been reading a lot of good things about this unit in the Yoder groups. It has six probe ports where you can run any combination of ambient or meat temp probes. Its all wifi cloud controlled and you can name each probe descriptively, graph, and save any of the collected data from a cooking session. I have not
  4. Wow! look at the latest from ThermoWorks. http://www.thermoworks.com/ThermaQ-WiFi
  5. A quick report on my first use of the new Thermoworks Smoke wireless thermometer. I did two game hens. My set up was on the Big Joe with a divided firebox and both halves of the D&C plates stacked on the indirect cooking side (non charcoal side.) I would think heat from the bottom up on that side would be pretty minimal. Set to cook at about 350 F. I found that when my grate thermometer reached 350, my dome was up around 420.... no wonder I have been having some really slow cooks delay dinner! The birds took maybe 10 minutes more than anticipated, but not too bad. Interestingly, the
  6. I know these were on sale last month for the same price but sold out quickly.. They just restocked their inventories. $40 - (use BBQ30) Rebadged Maverick ET-733 http://www.skymall.com/Extended-Range-Wireless-Cooking-Thermometer-Dual-Probe-Remote-BBQ-Smoker-Grill-Oven-Meat-Thermometer-Monitor-Food-Up-To-325-Away.html $35 - (use BBQ25) Rebadged Maverick ET-732. http://www.skymall.com/Ivation-Long-Range-Wireless-BBQ-Thermometer-Set/IVAWLTHERMGRP.html Credit: http://slickdeals.net/f/8619474-ivation-extended-range-wireless-bbq-thermometer-35-more-free-s-h
  7. Save $10.00 when you purchase 1 or more Qualifying items offered by Number 1 In Service. Enter code Y5C8XQ4C at checkout. Maverick Redi-Chek Direct Connect Kitchen Thermometer - Compatible with iOS and Android Smartphone and Tablets - Download App from App Store or Google Play - Black including Bonus Meat Handler Bear Claw Style Forks - Also Used as a Pulled Pork Shredder http://www.amazon.com/Maverick-Redi-Chek-Connect-Kitchen-Thermometer/dp/B00ZAKSXPO/ref=sr_1_2?s=lawn-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1447774663&sr=1-2&keywords=Maverick+Redi-Chek+Direct+Connect+Kitchen+Thermometer
  8. I just received my thermapen and, unfortunately unlike others, I have to say that it is not worth the money. I own two other thermometers from thermoworks. Thermapop http://www.thermoworks.com/products/low_cost/thermopop.html RT600C http://www.thermoworks.com/products/low_cost/rt600c.html I wanted the thermapen in the hopes of getting quicker readings since the thermapen is advertised as having a 2-3 second read time vs 5-6 seconds for the RT600C and thermapop. I did an ice bath test and a boiling water test several times and all three thermometers get to the same tempe
  9. I got this in my email. I think the link should work for others. http://thermoworks.com/products/thermapen/splashproof_thermapen_private_sale_white_orange_pink.html?utm_source=Nl-2015Oct13&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Feature&utm_content=inbox&utm_campaign=Oct2015-PS-3Color-Classic-cs
  10. When I got my Akorn and joined this site in May I thought yall were crazy for having dual probe thermometers. My, how we evolve so quickly. I just bought a Maverick et-732 and am planning on smoking a pork butt tomorrow, care-free. Plan on letting the IT get just over 200, then wrapping in foil and a towel for an hour (if there's a better method, please share.) My question is, before I do this, should I test the Maverick? Is there a calibration that needs to be done? When I do it, should I stick the meat probe through the top, through the length side, or through the width of it? Ho
  11. hello, I need help with my temperature during my first attempt at a Boston Butt. My Kamado temp shows 230* & my wireless dual probe shows 264* grill temp, so a 34* variance. I called Kamado Joe & she recommended I trust the digital thermometer and that I recalibrate the KJ tomorrow. She also offered to send me a new thermometer if that didn't work. Anyway could someone recommend what I should do before I burn the Boston butt? Trying to keep it around 225. Thanks so much.
  12. Did a mod for fun and mostly because I could. I religiously use my Maverick through the top vent on every cook but NOBODY likes or praises the stock Akorn dome therm. Found a Tru-Tel online for $34 delivered and went for it just for fun. Went with the 150/750 over the 200/1000 degree unit. Figured the lower range unit would be plenty good for pizza cooks and burn offs and a touch more sensitive. http://www.teltru.com/p-602-big-green-egg-primo-grill-dome-kamado-replacement-thermometer-lt225r-35-inch-stem-150750-degrees-f.aspx So, for the mod: Micrometer called out ~152/1000's on
  13. i found this on SD http://slickdeals.net/f/7233782 Ivation Long Range Wireless BBQ Meat Thermometer Set $43 + Free Shipping does anyone know if this is a good deal?? http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00ANCXJR6 $59.99 - $17 w/ promo code PY9J8MAO
  14. Has anyone ever seen a stubby dual probe that can be used on an ET-85? Looking for something about 4 inches long. Here is my dilemma. I have an Akorn JR. The distance from the grate to the top of the dome is 6 1/4 inches. My dual probe (meat/oven) on my ET-85 is 7 inches long. If I have a pork butt that is about 4 inches thick, I will want the meat probe to be about 2 inches above the grate (centered in meat). With the probe insert that way, it will hit the dome. The only way to insert it so that it does not touch any part of the dome would be to insert horizontally. But then the oven pro
  15. **PROMOTION HAS ENDED*** I was searching around to get a pocket thermometer and came across this (Open Box) sale in case any one is interested: http://thermoworks.com/specials/82014_open_box_sale.html?utm_source=Nl-2014Aug8&utm_medium=email&utm_term=SuperFastMini&utm_content=inbox&utm_campaign=Aug2014-Open-Box-Specials-cs *Terms & limitations: Offer is only available directly from ThermoWorks via this private sale page or phone orders and only for shipment to destinations within North America, the Caribbean, and Central America. Not available to resellers. Of
  16. I think it's a decent deal for anyone that's looking for a Maverick. http://www.costco.com/Deluxe-Wireless-BBQ-Thermometer-Accessory-Kit-by-Maverick.product.100069663.html
  17. I would like to replace the thermometer in my kamado because the one that is currently in their is not accurate in the least and pretty sure its busted. What would your guys suggestions be? Thanks for the advice!
  18. This seems to be a well regarded digital thermometer for a lot less money than some of the others. The only drawback is that it doesn't fold. http://www.wasserstrom.com/restaurant-supplies-equipment/Product_117320?kwid=productads-plaid^43168934444-sku^117320-adType^PLA-device^c-adid^14253384884 -AD
  19. Thermoworks has introduced a new product that actually looks pretty decent here... ThermoWorks ChefAlarm I haven't had one in my hands yet (I may see if I can get one for a demo) but reading the specs on this makes me believe it's a really nice product. I'd obviously love to see a dual probe system for pit and meat temps, but what intrigues me about this system is the quality and build of the probe wire. It looks more durable than some of the stuff I have been using...
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