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Food Thermometer @ Aldi £4.99

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
A small price to pay to prevent any food poisoning from undercooked food! Great for checking those steaks,burgers, chicken wings, bbqs etc.

Food Thermometer

Pre-programmed taste levels: rare, medium rare, medium and well-done.

* Auto power off
* Switchable from celsius to fahrenheit
* Batteries included
* High quality stainless steel sensor

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#1
http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/media/offers/01_10_week_16/Product_detail_Wk16T10.jpg
#2
I really thought that said "Foot" thermometer. And yes, I was thinking "Mmmm that could be useful"

I need a drink!
#3
Anyone know if its ok to use this on humans? :?
#4
keyster;8390075
Anyone know if its ok to use this on humans? :?


Should be ok for cannibals
#5
If I stab some of the neighbourhood kids with this do you think the court will by the defence I was checking to see if the little darlings were too warm?
#6
Seems to be a bit of an oxymoron really. Prevent food from being undercooked, yet allows rare to be programmed. I'll pass as food poisoning doesn't seem to be a problem at home (mine anyway). More so at cafes and restaurants.
#7
gazjon
Seems to be a bit of an oxymoron really. Prevent food from being undercooked, yet allows rare to be programmed. I'll pass as food poisoning doesn't seem to be a problem at home (mine anyway). More so at cafes and restaurants.


I think it's more aimed for bbq meats. Last year we got e new bbq and my husband had trouble judging it as it was completely different to the old one, this would of been a great help :)
#8
One of the biggest waist of money Ive ever purchaced. More gimmick than use!!
#9
I have the same one and it works great.
#10
great for christmas to make sure the birds cooked. Not much good for burgers and small BBQ food but really good for big joints.

Hot
#11
"One of the biggest waist of money Ive ever purchaced. More gimmick than use!!"

when you say "waist" of money, do you mean your avatar?

Good price for a useful product
#12
crissy_uk
If I stab some of the neighbourhood kids with this do you think the court will by the defence I was checking to see if the little darlings were too warm?


Those darlings might prefer if you used the word "shank"
#13
gazjon
Seems to be a bit of an oxymoron really. Prevent food from being undercooked, yet allows rare to be programmed. I'll pass as food poisoning doesn't seem to be a problem at home (mine anyway). More so at cafes and restaurants.


Not really. The contamination, if there is any, would be on the surface of the meat, not the core.
#14
What is the temperature range on this?

Can it be used for Cooking oil and sugar?

What type of batteries does this take?
banned#15
I think this would cause more food poisoning than anything, with people not washing it properly
#16
I bought a meat thermometer today in Dunelm, is the traditional round one aimed at meats. £3.49, which I thought was a decent price as I'm pants at guaging internal meat temps on the likes of chicken.
Just thought I'd add to thread to give peeps an alternative:

http://www.dunelm-mill.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product1_11100_-1_104555_10551
#17
gazjon
Seems to be a bit of an oxymoron really. Prevent food from being undercooked, yet allows rare to be programmed. I'll pass as food poisoning doesn't seem to be a problem at home (mine anyway). More so at cafes and restaurants.

I will have to disabuse you of that notion.
A larger percentage of food poisoning occurs at home than restaurants/takeaways.
Most people don't realise they have poisoned themselves and blame it on that "dodgy takeaway" they had instead.
#18
burner1
I bought a meat thermometer today in Dunelm, is the traditional round one aimed at meats. £3.49, which I thought was a decent price as I'm pants at guaging internal meat temps on the likes of chicken.
Just thought I'd add to thread to give peeps an alternative:

http://www.dunelm-mill.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product1_11100_-1_104555_10551


Do they have these in store as well as on-line? Both look quite good.

Thanks
#19
mcbamo
Do they have these in store as well as on-line? Both look quite good.

Thanks


Yes mate, I actually first saw it in a store and purchased it there, I used the on line item as a reference.
#20
Having poisoned myself pretty badly once I'm paranoid when cooking chicken so I'll get myself one of these, voted hot
banned#21
Whats the tempreture ranges? I want to test the temperature of my ice cream.
#22
what temperature should food be when its cooked?
#23
jamiesmith85
what temperature should food be when its cooked?


75 degrees C in the middle, when cooked from raw.

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