Thursday, March 19, 2015

Instant Read Digital Food Thermometer #Giveaway #MeatThermometer


It's the start of grilling season!!! If your family is like mine, they love being outdoors when the weather warms up. We absolutely love grilling. I have a brand new giveaway for you. A perk of being chosen to receive an Instant Read Digital Food Thermometer by Puna, Inc. for free in return for my honest review, I have an opportunity to give one of my readers one of these digital thermometers. Whether you're cooking on the grilling or baking inside, a digital thermometer will come in handy. This Pico is a premium 2.75# probe thermometer that achieves an ultra fast 4 second response time at all typical cooking/roasting temperatures. It has an accuracy of 1°C.  It's a foldable, waterproof thermometer for personal, professional or commercial purposes. You can check out more about it here @http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00STQVASS/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1.   Make sure to enter below!!!! Several ways to enter!!!a Rafflecopter giveaway

29 comments:

  1. I like grilling fruit in the summer - especially peaches & pineapples! Pineapples go great with grilled chicken. Thanks! Kimberly O

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  2. I love to slow cook ribs. It takes hours on the grill to do them, but its so worth it. Combine that with grilled corn and homemade potato salad....I have a happy husband and a happy stomach!

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  3. I love to grill kabobs with shrimp and chicken and veggies, marinated in italian dressing!

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  4. My favourite grilling recipe is actually a recipe that requires you to bake the chicken (which was seasoned and marinated in OJ, barbeque sauce and ketchup) and to get that charred look you put it on the grill while basting it with pineapple juice marinate.

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  5. i like a recipe i found on trisha yearwood!

    Peel and wash the onions. With the point of a small, sharp knife, cut a 1-inch core from the top of each onion and make shallow slits in a circle around the top. Wrap 2 slices of bacon horizontally around each onion, and secure them with toothpicks. Then put 1 teaspoon of butter in each core. Season with salt and pepper.

    Place each onion on a square of aluminum foil and bring the edges together at the top, leaving a small opening for steam to escape. Put the foil-wrapped onions on the grill and cook for 1 hour, or until the onions are tender when pierced with the tip of a knife. You can also bake in the oven at 350 degrees F for 1 hour. Cool the onions for a few minutes then unwrap and cut into quarters to serve.

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  6. I love grilled corn. I tried it for the first time last summer and loved it. My friend who was there when I made it loved it too so that she was bragging to everyone about how good it was and so easy to do.

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  7. I really enjoy a good steak that has been grilled. I usually make corn on the cob and baked potatoes with it. yummy

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  8. I love grilled pineapple
    also a recipe my family calls "beer-butt chicken"

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    1. Beer chicken--my son thinks he can grill this!!

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  9. Burgers and steaks are my favorite!

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  10. I like to grill potatoes,peppers,onions,a few different seasonings and some butter wrapped up in foil.

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  11. Ditto to the above comment! I like carrots mixed in there too.

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  12. I love grilled salmon and asparagus.

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  13. We like the basic, put anything you like on the grill and just salt and pepper. Because we love different kind of dressing and sauce, so we use tons of different sauces to dip.

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  14. I wish my husband liked fish, because I love grilled salmon!

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  15. Oh chicken kabobs totally our favorite!

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  16. I would make beef or chicken on sugarcane sticks instead of skewers.

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  17. My husband grills eggplant- yum

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  18. I like grilling corn on the cob! I've never had it a better way.

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  19. I like grilling kabobs with peppers and pineapple!

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