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When it comes to grilling, you’re a third-degree black belt. Your cross-hatch marks are the stuff of legend, and you can discern the perfect medium-rare with little more than a look. There’s just one problem: your greasy meat fingers are of little help when it comes time to serve. These smart skewers solve the problem with the help of an ingenious heat-resistant sliding mechanism for easy unloading. Think of it as the ultimate finishing move.
I gave this as a belated Father's Day gift for my daughter's Godfather. He loved it!!!! Works great. I will buy more as gift. How awesome. A great gift for a great price. Thanks for offering this. I love that Birch Box has a little bit of everything, and I get my points on gift-giving that is practical and great for the hunter, camper, or foodie. :)
I got these for my husband for his birthday and he loves them! It is so easy to get meat and veggies off the sliders after they are all stuck on from the bbq. I recommend them.
This is perfect for shish kabobs. For someone like me who always struggles with easily getting the veggies and meat off of the sticks, this really help me out. No more messy shish kabobs!
This was bought as a gift for Father's Day and it is a hit! Very cool and useful! Thank you for providing this awesome product.
The Sliders are very practical and smartly designed. They perform well against heat and the design helps with the age-old problem of attempting to take food off traditional skewers, and the problem of attempting to eat off the skewer itself without finding that awkward angle.
This was purchased as part of the Hungry & Handsome set, for my husband. The quirky sliders, although a great concept, are not very long. The handles and "slider" actually take up some room. Add to that you CANNOT have the slider anywhere near your grill, thus having to leave at least a 1/2inch to inch space so you can set your grill lid down. We learned this the hard way...and after just two uses had to throw them in the trash...along with our dinner...due to a melted black mess.