Bear Paw Meat Handler Forks

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

Pulling that meat off the grill when it’s hot can be a recipe for disaster, and what about shredding through that pulled pork? Bear Paw Meat Handler Forks are the perfect solution for both of these cases, working as an extension of your own hands.

Made right here in the USA, each handler fork is constructed from reinforced heat resistant plastic that will shred right through meat, while also allowing you to handle large cuts of meat – without burning your hands of course. These meat handlers have received rave reviews from customers over the years, and will come in handy more often than you can imagine whether you are grilling outdoors or cooking in the kitchen. You can purchase a set from Amazon.

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