Corks — I always have a drawer full of corks for a variety of tasks, especially for recorking open bottles. The T-top corks, the kind that are used on sherry and port are especially good for this. I use regular wine corks for holding my digital thermometer probe just above the cooking surface of my smokers.
Other Kitchen Tools: Corks
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