Firemonkey wrote:The tree in the center is a Norfolk Island Pine; behind that you can see the trunks of a couple of palm trees. The one on the left edge looks like an African Sumac, but its hard to tell for sure in the picture.
The Redi-Check probe will probably not last long pinching in the lid repeatedly. I have a couple of those thermometers, and the probes come with a 90 degree bend in them. You have to straighten the bend out some to get them to fit through the hole. The original poster may not have done that, or never noticed the probe port under their side table in their excitement to get cooking.
Firemonkey wrote:Absolutely pull out the rubber stopper, there should be a hole in the center to thread your probe through, though I usually don't bother with that. The probe port doesnt allow enough air to matter the few times I am using a probe, and I am too lazy to deal with sliding it on and off each time.
You will still need to straighten the bend a little to get it to fit easily. Not all the way, just straighten it by 15 degrees or so.
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