January 27, 2010

Steak Station Monitors Your Steak While Cooking

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Steak Station can monitor four steaks at the same time, allowing those commanding the grill to confidently cook multiple steaks each to the desired degree of doneness (we'll take medium rare please). A monitor allows for quick and easy evaluation of how much a steak has been cooked. The colorful Steak Station probes measure from 115°F to 170°F, indicating a complete spectrum of doneness and helping you remember whose steak is whose. Steak Station can also be used in the oven as a regular meat thermometer to monitor meats throughout the cooking process, and it's only going to set you back $29.99 when it's released later this year.

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