So it costs a little more than the old analogue style guage, but doesn't all technology?

Professional chefs have relied on this technology to accurate detect the surface temperature of a pan. The key to consistent results is a consistent technique. Generally, this is almost impossible for most people at home. Ovens vary, cookware varies, etc... This is why Thomas Keller's French Laundry restaurant (top in U.S.) uses a laser thermometer. If a pan needs to be 325F, it can be.

The culinary laser themometer uses infrared technology to easily and quickly measure surface temperature without touching the surface. The laser is merely a pointer to assist with aiming. Just aim, pull the trigger and the temperature will be instantly displayed on the LED display.

Great for pan temperature, BBQ, checking the performance of your oven or refrigerator, and much more. Plus, there's a cooking temperature reference guide on the side of the thermometer, insuring perfect results every time. As an extra bonus, this version of the Bonjour laser thermometer also has a probe thermometer for measuring internal food temperature.

Measures from 0F to 932F. Batteries included. It's about $80 US.   Find a lower shipped price? They'll beat it.

http://www.chefsresource.com/bonjour-laser-thermometer.html

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IR for your heat

  By TechUniverse
So it costs a little more than the old analogue style guage, but doesn't all technology?

Professional chefs have relied on this technology to accurate detect the surface temperature of a pan. The key to consistent results is a consistent technique. Generally, this is almost impossible for most people at home. Ovens vary, cookware varies, etc... This is why Thomas Keller's French Laundry restaurant (top in U.S.) uses a laser thermometer. If a pan needs to be 325F, it can be.

The culinary laser themometer uses infrared technology to easily and quickly measure surface temperature without touching the surface. The laser is merely a pointer to assist with aiming. Just aim, pull the trigger and the temperature will be instantly displayed on the LED display.

Great for pan temperature, BBQ, checking the performance of your oven or refrigerator, and much more. Plus, there's a cooking temperature reference guide on the side of the thermometer, insuring perfect results every time. As an extra bonus, this version of the Bonjour laser thermometer also has a probe thermometer for measuring internal food temperature.

Measures from 0F to 932F. Batteries included. It's about $80 US.   Find a lower shipped price? They'll beat it.

http://www.chefsresource.com/bonjour-laser-thermometer.html



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