One of the most important parts of BBQ and grilling is knowing the temperature at which you are cooking. Your grill probably came with some type of thermometer to let you know the temperature at which you are cooking. Through use, the thermometer will become less and less accurate. This is not a good thing! They can be off by 20, 30, maybe 50 degrees. Well, don’t worry, this video will show you exactly how to calibrate your thermometer so that when you want to smoke a brisket at 250°, you will know that you are actually cooking at 250°. It is an amazingly simple process. Click the video below and watch as Captain Ron takes you through the whole thing and explains why this is so important.
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