OXO Grips Meat Shredding Claws

Jun 8, 2016

Category: Gear

Nothing’s more animalistic and primal than shredding dead animal flesh for food. But what separates us from the animals is our ability to fulfill these primal urges in a somewhat sophisticated manner. Enter the OXO Meat Shredding Claws, that quite literally mirror a pair of eagle talons. Time to chow.

Each pair of claws shreds meat quickly resulting in perfectly pulled pork, chicken, beef brisket, turkey, and roasts. And since your guests probably won’t take kindly to your greasy hands coming in contact with the food, their long handles ensures all cross-contamination remains at a minimum. Both sets of teeth interlock in two different positions to maximize your shredding capabilities and the claws are heat resistant to temperatures up to 450F. Use them to shred, lift, and serve your meat to your guests. Just make sure it’s cooked properly because no amount of meat shredding can make up for poorly cooked food. And if that’s the case, your meat will need more assistance than these claws have to offer. Available now for $15. [Purchase]

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