Bringin’ The Heat
You are what you eat. And you are one Prime-cut, gourmet slab of meat (so you’ve been told). So the meat you eat has to be cooked to perfection—and that all depends on the heat. That means you need to bust out your Taylor Grill Surface Thermometer ($10.00) for those hot summer nights when you’re manning the grill. As you probably already know, a perfectly seared steak needs a grill surface of 500 to 550 degrees, while thicker cuts require a lower surface temperature to avoid burning or unwanted blackening. Thinner cuts? Cook ‘em high and fast so they stay juicy. Your trusty friend Taylor, the Grill Surface Thermometer can help take the guesswork out of grilling, with its easy-to-read graphics, large 2-inch dial, and temperature range from 100 to 800 degrees F. Just attach it to your grill surface with its built-in magnet, and let the sizzling begin.