Precision Elite Food Thermometer Review #EatSmart

by Heather


I really like meat. A lot. Umm, yeah I’m not even sure “a lot” describes it well enough. Chicken, beef, pork, I love it all. Never been a vegetarian and never even been tempted to be a vegetarian. So you would think I knew how to cook meat like a pro? But I don’t. As much as I like to eat meat, that somehow doesn’t translate to cooking meat. I don’t really understand why. I mean, having the ability to drive translates completely to being a mechanic right? Or looking at the stars at night means I’m an astronaut.

So part of the problem I have with cooking meat is that there aren’t a lot of precise guides to how long to cook it. It’s always something like “cook for two hours to an internal temp of X?” How do I know when the internal temp is X? Some sort of magic wand?

Actually yes. Except instead of being made of willow with a unicorn hair as its core (that was a Harry Potter reference btw), this magic wand is the Precision Elite Food Thermometer. Unlike the old style meat thermometer, which never seemed to actually show your meat getting up to the correct temperature, you can just pop this thing in, take a temperature reading and pull it out. Fold it up and you are done. Easy as pie (which I also happen to love).


  • Designed by chefs and cooking professionals for home use
  • Reliable when used indoors and outdoors
  • Easy to use; unfold the stainless steel probe, insert into thickets part of meat, and in 3 seconds or less, the proprietary thermocouple sensor registers an accurate internal food temperature
  • Will register temperatures from -40F to 572F
  • Records temperature in Fahrenheit/Celsius
  • Easy to read

 Click HERE to PURCHASE an EatSmart Precision Elite Thermocouple Food Thermometer.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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Shannon J. Perkins October 7, 2014 - 2:06 am
Lately, I've been thinking about this many times and until now I there still no answer. I'd like to ask, how important it is to have a food thermometer at home? What was the main reason why we should own one? Well, I hope I can hear a feedback from you. Anyway, this is such a nice post!
Heather Pfingsten October 7, 2014 - 3:44 pm
Hi Shannon! In my opinion, and I am certainly no expert, it depends on what you are cooking. Red meat isn't as big of a deal because there isn't a danger aspect involved but more trying to pick a temperature that will create a level of "done" that you are looking for. As for things like turkey, pork, chicken ... I can tell you that I find a meat thermometer extremely helpful, useful, and reassuring as I know I am serving my family proteins that are cooked to the proper temperature without having to pull the item out of the stove and cut it up before finding out it isn't ready. I hope that helps? Thank you for your comment!

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