This is a post in the My Things series on this blog. In it I chronicle items I own. I seek to describe why I own the item, whence it came, and what value it provides . . . and any other tidbits of interest.
This is another purchase from my barbecue days. Interestingly, my mother had purchased me an instant read thermomenter. It was an inexpensive Taylor, I believe. But it wasn’t as fast as the high-tech Thermapen that all the barbecue guys endorsed. So, I purchased a much larger thermomenter for $80 (it was on sale) that requries batteries. Sigh . . .
Despite the lousy purchase reasoning, I do like this product. I haven’t needed it much here at the apartment, but I do envision barbecuing returning to my life when I retire. And having a thermometer is good to have in a kitchen.
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- Take Time To Reflect - 2021
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- I Love Lucy - 2017
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- It's Time to Hit the Heights - 2017
- Honey Pot - 2012
- Dot . . . Dot . . . Dot . . . - 2012
- Oh My: Nelson's Flashback - 2012
- Easter Story Cookies - 2011
- Conferences Are Over! - 2010
- The Craziness of Life at Home - 2009
- What Am I Listening to Now? - 2008
- Critical Reading - 2007
- Douchebag - 2006
- Roger Waters to Tour? - 2006
- What Are the Different Logos You Use? - 2006
- Phillies vs. Braves - 2005
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- Phillies vs. Padres - 2001
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