When Is Your Food Done?

It’s tricky to know when your food is done, whether you are grilling or roasting, seafood or big cuts of meat, how do you know? My answer…you have to invest in a digital thermometer. There is a big range of price points, so this is not a pricey investment. Instead, think of your digital thermometer as an insurance policy. You know that when you use it you are not going to ruin your dinner – either by under or overcooking. But, I want to challenge you one step further. Once you start using your thermometer, feel your food every time you take a temperature. Gradually you will start to recognize the doneness of your protein by touch, and that is an amazing skill to develop. Happy cooking!

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