Technology

Cook like a Pro - Very Simple

The secret is a specially developed algorithm (mathematically calculation)

TECHNOLOGY

In order to achieve good cooking results, you need to be able to control the meat’s core temperature.

The meat’s cooking temperature equals the core temperature (the coldest spot in the meat) – so to achieve a good cooking result it is essential to measure the core temperature of the meat correctly.

When using regular thermometers, the temperature is only measured at the tip of the probe. This makes measuring the core temperature rather complicated, as it requires you to hit the core of the meat with the probe tip precisely. In fact, missing the core by just one centimetre can give a difference of up 10 degrees – the difference in cooking results from a Medium-rare to a Medium-done.

The CookPerfect thermometer monitors the temperature in different places in the meat and then calculates the core temperature as well as the heat flow into the meat. With the intelligent CookPerfect meat thermometer you are always guaranteed to measure the core temperature regardless of how the thermometer is placed in the meat, and what’s more, you will know precisely when the meat will be done.

Feedback from CookPerfect users around the World:

 

“Trying out the CookPerfect meat thermometer which worked flawlessly for its first time and I’m very impressed”
Adrian, Australia, @malteseitalianbbq

“Have tested the new CookPerfect Intelligent Thermometer, and must say I am very excited – achieve perfect cooking results gets so easy :-)”
Martin, Austria @penz_martin

“Testing the CookPerfect Thermometer and it works great - so easy to use, thanks to the Intelligent Thermometer and the accompanying App”
Shayne, Canada @reddevilbbq

“CookPerfect is the best name for this thermometer! You always get a perfect meat. You dont worry for not hitting the middle of your steak”
Jurgen, Germany @steinhauj

“CookPerfect takes the stress out of grilling by doing the hard work - it accurately monitors temperatures and predicts cooking time”
Steffen, Denmark @stefstefdk