Place thermometer in a freezer and check it every 10-15 minutes.
Fill a glass with ice and cold water, let it sit for 1 minute. Then check the temperature reading. An accurate thermometer should be within a couple of degrees of the freezing point of water, which is 32 degrees (Farenheit).
Place the thermometer into a cooked turkey breast. The temperature should be around 165 degrees.
Leave the thermometer outside on a sunny day. The temperature should be the same as the weather report.
The thickest part of the breast.
Anywhere on the turkey.
The fatty part of the thigh.
It's legs move freely.
Insert the thermometer into the thicker side of the product.
Press the breast with your finger tip. If it feels like rubber, the breast is done.
Place the thermometer on top fo the breast and get a reading of over 180 degrees Farenheit.
Place it directly into the carrying case.
Rinse it with cold water.
Wash it off thouroughly. (with soap????)
Place it off to the side until its next use.