This is great news for home cooks who can now feel confident in preparing their chops, loins and roasts to a perfect medium. And you can bet that pork cooked to the USDA recommended temperature (145°F) will be juicy, tender and perfectly pink.
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The Maillard reaction occurs most readily at around 300°F to 500°F. That means all of you backyard grilling gurus need to practice a little patients, grab another drink and wait for your grill to get to a decent temp.
Few things will make you feel more like a man than digging into a freshly smoked whole hog and pulling out a tender piece of butt, ham or tenderloin.
The experts are split down the middle when it comes to ribs and temperature. Not only does the perfect internal temperature come into question, but the very idea of using a thermometer (at all) may put your grilling techniques under review.
As the tour makes its way across the country, feedback has been pouring in about how folks are responding to our temperature tools, and it seems as though we may have a new rising star in the ThermoWorks product line. While competition attendees swoon over the Super-Fast Thermapen, competition teams are falling in love another.
Whenever you get your hands on a new tool, don’t let the factory dictate your display settings. Follow these three tips and you’re sure to have the coolest Thermapen on the block.
When it comes right down to it, the greatest difference between the two is the shear amount time and temperature that go into creating an award winning pork butt verses a melt-in-your-mouth double meat, double cheese with all the trimmings.