Chef Remi Cooking Thermometer


Item: Chef Remi Cooking Thermometer

Reviewed by: Heather Ford

Link to item on Chef Remi Cooking Thermometer

My family LOVES to grill out.  If we are home together for dinner, eight times out of ten we are cooking on the grill (weather permitting)!  Living in Ohio we are often restricted by the unpredictable weather, but if we can make it to the grill and it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, we are cooking on it.  When we cook on the girl we understand the importance of preparing our food to the correct temperature, however we never really had a quick and accurate way to do that.  A lot of times we would use the cut and check for color method (not accurate) or poke the meat with an older thermometer and hope that it will eventually read the actual temperature (not quick).  All the while letting the heat escape from the grill.  There had to be a better way, right?!  Then along comes the Chef Remi Cooking Thermometer.  The thermometer allow us to get a quick temperature read while keeping our hand out of the flames.


The Chef Remi Cooking Thermometer arrives nicely packaged in its storage container.  Both ends pop off, however the one without the ribbon is labeled open.  The thermometer measures about 9″ long and is very light in weight.  Before first use you may need to unscrew the end to adjust the battery.  It is very important that when you screw the end back on that you precisely line up the red rubber ring.  If the ring is off it will cause the thermometer to get stuck in the storage tube.  The thermometer has four buttons: 1)on/off 2)ºC/ºF 3)Hold (remembers the temp) 4)Max/Min.  I don’t personally find much need for button 4, but I do utilize the other buttons.  This thermometer has the ability to measure from -58ºF to 572ºF or -50ºC to 300ºC.  To test the accuracy of the thermometer I fired up our sous-vide and cooked a steak.  I checked the temperature of the steak using the Chef Remi Thermometer and it was spot on to the temperature the sous-vide was set to.  I am overly pleased with this thermometer and I know it will be put to good use in our home.


Here is what Chef Remi has to say about the product:

The Chef Remi Digital Cooking Thermometer enables you to prepare perfectly cooked meals without the need to slice food open or leave huge knife puncture marks in your food. This instant read probe features an extensive temperature range in both Celcius and Farenheit going from -58ºF to 572ºF or -50ºC to 300ºC.

With an easy to read electronic LCD display, it also has an auto shut off to save on your battery life. The digital thermometer takes an LR44 battery which is included with your purchase. It also comes with a handy storage case convenient for any kitchen or BBQ. Cook your food perfectly every time without the worry of overcooking or even worse illness from undercooking.

Use it on all food, meat, turkey, chicken, fish, casseroles, re-heated foods, bread, yogurt, candy, barbecue and deep fry. You don’t have to have to be a Chef to be a great cook as celebrity chefs and several food writers have testified that our Chef Remi Grill Thermometer will ensure you’ll never overcook food again.

Also comes with a 100% Lifetime Money-Back Guarantee so you can order with confidence.

Copyright © Chef Remi 2015. Sold Exclusively By Chef Remi. Products sold by the Chef Remi brand are original, as described and under life-time warranty, and no other sellers are authorised selling our cooking thermometers. Our shipments are USA based and will be with you within days, not like our counterfeit competitors.

Happy Grilling!


Disclosure: I received this item at a discount in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.  I will not recommend a product to others that I, myself don’t use.  The opinions provided above are my own without influence.


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