Mar 26, 2014

Gator Claws Meat Handler Shredder Review

   I recently reviewed a wonderful product from River Country - the Gator Claws.  River Country is a trusted and respected manufacture of Grill and Smoker Thermometers. 
 Gator Claws are used for many different reasons, one is lifting and removing large meats, up to 30 lbs, from the oven or grill.  Taking a big, hot brisket or ham, from the grill is sometimes a really hard and messy job but, when you use a pair of Gator Claws the job can be much easier.  Just place the Gator Claws underneath the ends of the meat and carry it to the plate.

 Gator Claws are able to withstand the high heat temperatures because they are made with FDA approved and BPA free, high heat rated and food handling composite materials.  The Gator Claws are made from a solid mold which makes it easier to clean and keep bad bacterias and mold out.  They are also hand washable or dishwasher safe.

 The Gator Claws handles are easy to grip because they are cushioned and ergonomically designed so that using them are comfortable for both men or women.
 I love that the Gator Claws are strong enough to pick up heavy, hot meat and they can be used to toss a salad or pasta dinner with ease.  I used my Gator Claws this week to shred a beef brisket.  It made this job so much easier than using a knife like I usually do, and the mess was very minimum.

 Gator Claws let you work with any hot meat or food product, without burning your hands.  The ends of the claws will always stay sharp so you can count on them to work time and time again.
 River Country sells the Gator Claws through the Amazon site for only $13.95 w/free s&h on orders of $35 and over.  This product would be great to have in your kitchen, camping trailer, or restaurant and they make great gifts.  I recommend every home owning a set of Gator Claws, they work excellently!
 Thanks to the great people at River Country you can enter to win a set of Gator Claws from my blog.  Just enter the Rafflecopter below and Good Luck!

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1 comment:

  1. wouldn't let me follow but we grill like 3-4 times a week so this would be helpful and really great thanks for the chance :)


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