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Last week I calibrated everything in preporation for all the holiday cooking.
Four BGE dome thermometers, two Stoker pit probes, and four meat probes:[p][url=http://s244.photobucket.com/albums/gg24/holderread/egg stuff/?action=view¤t=calibrate.jpg][/url][p]The orange thing over the pot of boiling water is a piece of 10 gauge Romax electrical wire that is pretty rigid, but bendable. The spring loaded clamp on it allowed me to slide in/out the probes and securely held the tips down in the middle of the water.[p]The boiling temperature will vary depending on your altitude and current barometric pressure. Mine was 210.5 at the time.[p]You can use this online calculator to find out the exact boiling point at your location.