WiFi Thermometer help

Hello, I’ve been making a lot of pulled pork lately and I wanted to have a WiFi thermometer, preferably in IOBroker, yes i know here is Home Assistent but your Community is bigger
So I tried Tasmota but ended up with ESPHome.
Currently 1Max6675 and an NTC are connected and I see them in IObroker.
Now I’ve seen that I can outsource part of the automation to ESP Home.
For example, enter target temperature and then generate a true or false.
However, it doesn’t quite work that way.
I currently have a slider for the target temperature and a status that is switched.
However, these values ​​are not displayed to me in IOBroker and I can currently only look for the current temp greater than the target temp, but I would like the current temperature in the Target Temp window to be ±5 °C.

  - id: bbq_desired_temp
    type: int
    initial_value: "0"

  - platform: template
    name: "BBQ_adjustment"
    id: "bbq_adj"
    optimistic: true
    min_value: -100
    initial_value: 0
    max_value: 100
    step: 1

  - platform: template
    name: "BBQ Desired Temp"
    id: "bbq_temp_slider"
    step: 5
    min_value: 0
    max_value: 250
    mode: slider
    optimistic: true
    unit_of_measurement: "°C"
        - lambda: id(bbq_desired_temp) = x;

  - platform: template
    name: "Garage Door Open"
    lambda: |-
      if (id(grill_temp).state > id(bbq_desired_temp)) {
        // Garage Door is open.
        return true;
      } else {
        // Garage Door is closed.
        return false;

  miso_pin: GPIO12
  clk_pin: GPIO14

  - platform: max6675
    name: "Grill Temp"
    id: grill_temp
    cs_pin: GPIO15
    update_interval: 30s
  - platform: ntc
    sensor: resistance_sensor
     # b_constant: 3893.80906
     # reference_temperature: 23.5°C
     # reference_resistance: 105.1kOhm
      - 104.500kOhm -> 23.7°C
      - 48.600kOhm -> 41.5°C
      - 9.500kOhm -> 88°C
    name: NTC Temperature

  # Example source sensors:
  - platform: resistance
    id: resistance_sensor
    sensor: source_sensor
    configuration: UPSTREAM
    resistor: 98.0kOhm
    reference_voltage:  3.3V
    name: Resistance Sensor
  - platform: adc
    id: source_sensor
      #-  offset:  0.035
      -  multiply: 3.3
    pin: A0
    update_interval: never

  - platform: gpio
    pin: 16
    id: ntc_vcc

  - interval: 10s
      - switch.turn_on: ntc_vcc
      - component.update: source_sensor
      - switch.turn_off: ntc_vcc

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IO Broker problem?

If you want a thermometer then use a ESPHome — ESPHome