DT-130 digital thermometer. How would need something like that? A chemist? Other scientist? Yes – but not only. How about some foodie?
Some of you might have noticed that I am a little nuts about food and cooking. And believe me – nothing helps with getting better results like knowing what is going on with your food. Example – to get really, really good chips, you need to cook then in 72 Celsius for 20 minutes, then replace the water, then cook them again, then freeze them, then deep fry them in 130 Celsius oil and then fry them in 180 Celsius oil. How on earth can you tell when your oil has the right temperature without a termometer? Or – to get a medium rare steak you need to get it inside to 55 Celsius. How, without a long practise, can you tell that? Hence this purchase. First results – very promising.
Amazingly, you can make very high quality pizza at home, even in the standard oven. You need a good recipe, thick pizza stone and a “tipo 00″ Italian flour. Pictures say it all – if you like pizza, do your own. It is worth it.
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