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GDEALER Instant Read Thermometer Super Fast Digital Electronic Food Thermometer Cooking Thermometer Barbecue Meat Thermometer with Collapsible Internal Probe for Grill Cooking Meat Kitchen Candy by GDEALER

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Note: Use screwdriver to tighten the screw properly near the battery box to avoid probe popping out.

Toggle Units: Shift the switch under the battery cover to set the default to "Fahrenheit" or "Celsius".

How to use:
Just turn it on and insert the temperature a couple of centimeter into the food you want to know the temperature of. In a few seconds, a highly accurate temperature reading will be displayed on the built-in LCD screen.

Product Specifications:
-°F/°C switchable
-Response Time:4-6seconds
-Large LCD display, easy to read
-Measurement range:58~572°F(-50~300°C) -Accuracy: ±0.1°F(between -4ºF to 392ºF)
-Hold temperature function, it will "hold" the temperature reading until pressed again
-10 minutes Auto-off
-Food-safe ABS plastic case and stainless probe

1. Do not leave thermometer in oven while cooking, do not touch hot probe with bare hands.
2. Before withdrawing from food, press HOLD button. It will "hold" the temperature reading.
3. Wash the metal probe in soapy water. Clean thermometer by hand. Do not completely immerse in water.
4. The folding probe is with a sharp tapered end, fold away when not in use making the wireless unit a small and convenient size for your pocket or drawer.

Package Included:
1 x GDEALER Digital Food Thermometer
1 x AAA 1.5V Battery

Yokamira Non-Stick BBQ Grill Mats, Set of 5 Barbecue Mat Durable, Reusable and Easy to Clean, FDA-Approved, PFOA Free, Size 13" x 16", Black Color by Yokamira

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How to use a Yokamira BBQ grill mat?
-After turning on your grill, or knocking down the fire, ensure that the metal grate is in position.

-Place a single mat over the grilling surface, or use two next to each other for larger grills. (The grill mat size:13 x 16 inch.)
TIPS:Our grill mats are resistant up to 500 degrees F, please do not use it when the temperature is over 500 degrees F.

-Do not layer, and maintain a single thickness. Either side of the mat may face up because they are totally reversible.

-Once the mat is in place, apply food and cook like normal, no oil or butter needed.
TIPS: As with other non-stick cookware, avoid using metal utensils as they may scratch and cause damage.

-Once cooking is finished, allow to cool, and then wash clean. Dry with a soft cloth, and lay flat when not in use.

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A Day in the Abandon

It is so elevated, that no one wants to stay indoors. This is a rare - almost never - feeling in Kuwait. We get maybe 20 days a year that make people necessitate to run outside, and I swear, nineteen of those days land on work days - sunny days where I sit at my desk or stare out my classroom door and dream of a victim of beach volleyball, just to finally... That is the springtime norm in Kuwait, five nice weekdays followed by an overcast, sandy weekend. The country of Kuwait is 95% comeuppance and therefore I was under the impression that finding some desert to play-in would be a simple 10-15 minute drive from our apartments. We did have some expectations, though, we wanted no people, no trash, and lots of sand dunes. This seemed like a easy wish – but in actuality it was difficult to find. The deserts near the city are full of wind blown litter and electrical poles. They are also filled with canvas tents – hundreds of them, perhaps even thousands. There is a culture in Kuwait of desert camping, of going off into the desert with just your family and finding your Bedouin roots. This is a cool idea but the reality is miles of canvas cities, with excitement and mini-water towers, situated one after another, mere steps from each other’s doorways. I would have turned around. I would have turned around immediately. I would have never known the thoroughgoing number of signs and tanks and roadblocks and guard towers down the road because I would’ve flipped a U-turn at the first tiny red sign we saw. There wasn’t any way he could fault us for military. The girls wore tank tops and ripped jeans. We were definitely not military. The guard looked again and waved us through. Clearly, the signs were overkill. We cruised help of the military installation. The desert stretched endlessly in both directions. There were no tents, no litter, and no electricity poles. It would have been the perfect place to play except for the signs. These were new signs, and they didn’t notify us that we were on a military installation, no, they warned us that we were on an active bombing site and that we should touch nothing. The signs were very clear - written in both English and Arabic with minor drawings of explosions they made their point. We stayed on the road and then the sand track, hoping to find a place without bombs in which to spend our desert day. After all, we came out the other side of the military installation. The desert was vast and empty. Mace’s truck was much sturdier than ours and he climbed dunes rapidly, coasting down them casually, while we listened to his passengers’ cheers reproduce across the desert. We stuck more to the track, occasionally climbing a small dune and getting a rush when our jeep landed on the hard sand again. After a few hours of this, we were convenient money for a break and found a nice desert berm to picnic near. Mace had brought an instagrill, a common contraption Kuwaitis use when BBQ-ing on the beach. As we tossed them on the grill, we all took bets on what breed of meat they might be. The girls were pretty sure they’d be chicken. Mace thought beef and B was starting to be concerned they might be a form of vegetable. Upon biting into one though, we all realized we’d missed the perceptible choice – they were lamb. Mace had recently watched a YouTube video of some girls in abayas riding a carpet through the desert. He had thought this would be fun and so had evident to recreate it. The night before he had bolted a small carpet to a PCP pipe. He then ran a towrope through the pipe and attached it to his back bumper. One by one we climbed on while he pulled us behind his Pajero and in all respects the soft sand. Watching the rider it looked slow, almost comically so, but when you climbed on the carpet yourself, it really did feel like you were flying. Racing over the sand, the camel shit and the random blocks of concrete that occasionally appeared, you were torn between joy at a carefree afternoon and fear that if you rolled off the carpet you might rip your face off. We all rode the carpet successfully and no undying injuries were sustained. In fact, we all felt so capable we agreed that on a future weekend we might have to take the carpet down some dunes. Back through the military base, back across the minefield, and, eventually, back to the city, the buildings, and the people. Source: Wayward & Wandering

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