Definition of Meat thermometer
1. Noun. A thermometer that is inserted into the center of a roast (with the top away from the heat source); used to measure how well done the meat is.
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Literary usage of Meat thermometer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cookbook for Men Whose Wives Don't Cook by Christopher Hamilton (2006)
"While chicken parts are easy to check, the whole chicken requires the use of a meat thermometer. After an hour in the oven, use your meat thermometer to ..."
2. Thrifty Meals for Two: Making Food Dollars Count by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"If meat thermometer is used, insert it in center of roast so tip does not touch "bone or ... meat thermometer, if used, should read 170°F. -1/8 pounds 3. ..."
3. Text-book of Meat Hygiene: With Special Consideration of Antemortem and by Richard Heinrich Edelmann, John Robbins Mohler, Adolph Eichhorn (1919)
"A meat thermometer should be used for accurate work to determine the temperature of the meat at the bone before hams, etc., are placed in cure, ..."
4. Notes of Travel in South Africa by Karl Johann Andersson, Charles John Andersson, Llewelyn Lloyd (1875)
"NOTES OF TRAVEL. meat. Thermometer under verandah at one pm, 85° ; cloudy, with thunder and lightning, but very little rain. " Monday 23rd April. ..."
5. The Institutes of Medicine by Martyn Paine (1867)
"... them returned from a distant Esquimaux hut with some walrus meat. Thermometer now at 72° Fahrenheit below freezing. This meat was soon exhausted. ..."
6. The Housekeeper's Encyclopedia of Useful Information for the Housekeeper in by E F Haskell (1861)
"Tongs for meat. Thermometer. Toaster. Toast rack. Toasting fork. Twine. Vegetable drainer. Vegetable steamer. Vegetable boiler. Vegetable lifter. ..."
7. Notes of Travel in South-western Africa by Charles John Andersson (1882)
"... a basket of beans of both kinds, and some meat. Thermometer under veranda at one PM, 85° ; cloudy, with thunder and lightning, but very little rain. ..."