How do you handle these things when they have been cooking?? Gives a whole new meaning to “firewire”
have used these twice in the last week.
Love em love em love em
bought 2 more sets. Bend em. Move em. Pick them up. They just rock
Video review I did on these for my tailgating website. I would recommend them.
Ye olde Product Website
Or…insert silicone mitt here, would be my suggestion.
I’m down for some. A good way to keep the meat from trying to escape from the grill.
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Fire Wire Stainless Steel Flexible Grilling Skewers – 6 Pack [New] - $12.99 + $5 shipping
6 * Inno-Labs Fire Wire Stainless Steel Flexible Grilling Skewers
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Per the video on the company’s website (at about :20 seconds), you leave the skewer ends hanging outside the grill and they don’t heat up.
Beware, these are notoriously out of spec with IEEE 1394. Waiting for USB 3.0 skewers.
Used these just last night for some scallop/smoked sausage kabobs! Mmmm.
These are great, particularly for things that will be marinated, since they will curl up into a bowl.
Biggest disadvantage over wooden skewers is they don’t work as overgrown toothpicks!
(Just watched the YouTube video referenced above and realized I was using the backwards! Learn something new every day at Woot!)
How do you think these would work in a smoker? I have a Weber water smoker.
I would totally get these, but I just can’t pass up using my sword skewers.
If you do purchase these, or enjoy cooking skewers, make these:
I cut back on the cayenne pepper to 1/2 tsp as 2 would be wwaayy to spicy for me.
I have seen these on woot many times, finally took the plunge!!! Can’t wait to use them!!
Anyone know if these work for lacing up a turkey? Good quality turkey lacers are hard to find. If these are flexible enough they might be perfect for my father who thinks 23 lbs is a small bird and one can never stuff a turkey too full!
Did you check out this blog?
I’ve passed on buying these before, too. I am the “griller” in the family, we have a large family, and I think these will work for us. It seems I could fit vast amounts of meat and veggies and bacon on 12 of these. In for 2.
Cook’s Illustrated trashes these in its current issue. The entire writeup is in the magazine and behind a paywall on its site, but you can read most of it here.