When it comes to temperature, guessing is never a good idea. You may have years of experience, but that’s not going to hold up in food-court if a customer gets sick from their undercooked entree. Kitchen thermometers are small, easy-to-use, and take the guess work out of the equation. Popping a thermometer into a steaming bird or brisket and taking a quick reading, should be second nature, but cooking isn’t the only thing kitchen thermometers are good for. Thermometers are also useful for keeping a freezer in check or a dining room comfortable. Finding the right one for your needs is easy and often inexpensive.