Ask me a temperature related question…

Not your usual blog post title I know. Rather than telling you something, I’m asking if there’s anything you want to know. Do I hear you say “¿Qué”? Well maybe not… Unless you’re Spanish or doing an impersonation of Manuel from Fawlty Towers.

Let me explain.  I’m TheThermometerGuy and for a few weeks now, I’ve been writing a blog about my specialist subject (thermometers if you can’t guess!). Don’t laugh, but as I work with thermometers everyday I’d decided to commit some of my knowledge to a blog for others to benefit from.

Thus far I’ve been putting together articles that I think might be of interest, but then I thought, hey, why not ask the blogging world what they want to read about.

So seriously, ask me something related to temperature on any of the following subjects: aquariums, babies, bath tubs, beer making, making candy, cooking chicken, childcare, children, chilled cabinets, cooking, fertility, fever, food preparation / storage, fridges, frying, fudge making, gardening, greenhouses, healthcare, heating systems, home brewing, hvac, hypothermia, jam making, cooking meat, microwaves, ovens, ovulation, ponds, poultry, reptiles, snakes, soil, swimming pools, terrariums, toffee making, tropical fish, turtles, wine making, workplaces, yogurt making and anything else you can think of.

It’s amazing what you learn when you’re working with thermometers all day. Admittedly though, if you ask me, I’d have to look up the temperature of Saturn!

Post a question in the comments on this blog and I’ll post the answer in a reply or if it warrants it, as a new post on my blog with a link back to yourself.

So over to you guys…

Er… Obviously, I realise this idea might not work so don’t worry regular readers, I’m already planning my next post.

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3 Responses to Ask me a temperature related question…

  1. thebozzman says:

    Okay, I hate to see a post with no takers. I’ll give it a go.

    I had a bad experience recently cooking chicken, whereby a few members of my family fell ill.

    I’m not keen to repeat my mistake. What temperature should I be cooking chicken to? And how do I test the temperature?

    Any help gratefully received…

  2. Pingback: Temperature of Cooked Chicken | The Thermometer Guy

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