People are raving about the powerful, yet easy-to-use features of the ThermoWorks ChefAlarm.
1. America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen gives the ChefAlarm their highest rating:
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED – WINNER
This thermometer, with an oven-safe probe, was the most accurate among those we tested, plus it had an intuitive design. It’s the only model we tested that can be calibrated; we also liked the programmable high- and low-temperature alarms, the adjustable brightness and volume, the on/off switch, and the small knob on the probe that stayed cool for over-the-pot adjustments.
Pulled pork may be the most widely cooked bbq meat. We’re pretty sure you could put pulled pork on almost anything and it would be amazing. BBQSauceReviews.com shows how to make a mean smoked pork butt on his Grill Dome. He uses his ChefAlarm to let us know that 195 degrees is the perfect temperature to pull it off the grill and let it rest. If you’re in the mood for some smoked pulled pork, then you’ll want to try out this great recipe.
Reverse searing is a popular cooking method that everyone needs to try. Our friends at NibbleMeThis.com will teach you the steps to this fun method of cooking. They injected this beautiful tri-tip with a beef broth and cherry mixture, then smoked it and seared it, layering some amazing flavor. The key to this method is knowing the internal temperature of the meat at all times. This is where the ThermoWorks ChefAlarm comes in. Learn all the tricks and try out this awesome reverse seared tri-tip!
GrillingCompanion.com says of the ChefAlarm…
“All in all, this is another winner from Thermoworks for me. The features are really basic, which is a good thing. www.cheapcarrent.xyz All I care about is accuracy and reliability of the probes. I’m confident I can count on the ChefAlarm to watch my bird/swine/bovine protein while I work on other parts of the meal or take a dip in the pool.” Click to read more of his ChefAlarm Review.
Beer Can Chicken anyone? If you have never tried beer can chicken, then you’re definitely missing out on this delicious treat. This cooking method brings a flavor and moistness to the bird that will have you thinking about it for weeks. ErinsFoodFiles.com gives a rave review of the ChefAlarm and shares with us this amazing beer can chicken recipe.
Erin writes of the ChefAlarm…
“With my very first use of the ThermoWorks Chef Alarm I was truly amazed at how fast & accurate it was! I used it when I was poaching a chicken breast, and I loved seeing the temperature instantly.”
There you have ’em. Our Top 5 Favorite ChefAlarm links.
But, just in case you need more reasons why the ChefAlarm should be in your cooking arsenal. Rich, author of GrillingWithRich.com gives another professional review, and tells us why he uses the ChefAlarm:
“I really loved this product and it is perfect for both serious barbecue competitors and also those who just want to have fun on a weekly basis outside. For those who compete every week, the ChefAlarm is perfect to make sure that you don’t overcook your meats because it has an adjustable high low alarms which is perfect for when you are sleeping! Trust me the alarm is pretty loud! In addition to the high and low alarms the ChefAlarm also comes with an optional needle probe that is small enough to fit into a chicken thigh and also other small types of meats that you need to monitor.”
As you can see there are a ton of positive reviews out there for the ThermoWorks ChefAlarm.
For even more great ChefAlarm recipes and tips, click the links below.