Thursday, October 9, 2014

KitchCo® Heat Resistant Meat Handling Claws-Set of Two

One year for Christmas the turkey pan busted when we tried to take it out of oven. It was a huge mess and we were scrambling to grab the turkey. After lots of stress, cutting, and running we finally got the turkey into a serving tray. If we would have had these Meat Claws we could have easily grabbed the entire turkey in seconds with a lot less stress. so when I was chosen to review the KitchCo Heat Resistant Meat Claws I accepted happily with that incident in mind.

These Claws are extremely sturdy and heavy. I don't mean you can't lift them but they will dig into almost any food.  The tip of the claws are pretty sharps so keep them out of the reach of children.

I have used them on frozen food and although they DIG in they do hold just enough to be useful. I know they are intended for meat but love that I can hold a water melon while cutting it and it will stay still. It doesn't roll around and make it more difficult. The Meat claws make it very easy to pull a roast apart with no other utensils needed.

They are very easy to hold and manage. You have so much control it is almost like you are using your own hands. Imagine just grabbing meat and instead of it being a forks length away having to balance, it is as close as you want to hold it. The closure it is the less balancing act is required.

The Meat Claws are made from heat resistant nylon so they are super easy to clean. They work for indoor and outdoor cooking and are heat resistant up to 450°F . They have tons of uses like lifting a roast or turkey, grab a hot baked potato, pull and/or shred your favorite meat (of other food you can think of) so the uses are endless.

This is definitely one of those gadgets you don't think about until an incident or you don't know you need until you try them. For only $9.99 it's affordable for every kitchen to have a set.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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