The combination of Tyla being pregnant and me being a geek means that when I’m grilling, I like to make sure I’m grilling meat to the appropriate temperatures. It should be safe but not charred beyond belief. There is a book in our kitchen that has a bunch of temperatures for various meats and another book that says how long it generally takes to cook each food. I’ve now combined all that information into an app for Windows Phone called GrillBuddy. It’s not very fancy or complicated, but that’s the beauty of it. Pick your meat, choose the size of the meat and you’re presented with information about safe temperatures, average cook time, and if any rest time is recommended. Bring on the summer grilling weather!
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