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Pulled Pork Tool?

Hello- searching for -if there is such - a tool for pulling pork.
Any suggestions?
Thanks

Comments

  • PeeWee,[p]There sure is peewee...[p]twoforks.jpg
  • PeeWee,
    I saw something once that was some sort of "bear claw" set but don't know where to find one.

  • hands.jpg
    <p />The best tool there is for pulling pork.[p]Steve

  • Toy ManToy Man Posts: 416
    I like my Bear Paws. Doing a Google search shows you can get them at http://www.barbecue-store.com/bearpaw.htm[p]Toy Man

  • PeeWee,[p]I usually put on a pair of Neoprene gloves and then gently pull the meat apart. The gloves keep me from burning my hands.[p]Bill
  • PeeWee,[p]I saw something on hawgeyes.com in the accessories section that you could use.
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    <p />bigmikej,
    Got my set of Bear Claws last week. I've used 'em once and I must say they make the job faster and easier.[p]Kelly

  • yaByaB Posts: 137
    PeeWee,
    A pair of stainless steel "serving forks" (that's what my wife says they're called) work well for us. They've got a slightly larger handle and a much wider fork area compared to regular place-setting type forks. They're cheap, easy to use, easy to clean and don't take up much storage room. They're probably also good for "serving".[p]Bob

  • YankeeBBQ,
    I hear ya! Where can I order a pair? Actually looking for a requested gift.
    Have a safe weekend
    PeeWee

  • PeeWee,
    I've been asked to come up with one... just need to figure out how. Keeps me awake nights.[p]Mike

  • RRPRRP Posts: 18,636
    Kelly Keefe,
    uh oh...those just hit my toy box wish list...where and how do I get a set?

    L, M, S, Mini
    Ron
    Dunlap, IL
  • PeeWee,[p]I've tried bear claws (primordial satisfaction for teenagers, but crude), neoprene gloves (too much like a cheap condom), sanitized bare hands (ouch), table forks (too much work), and back-to-back serving forks (just right). I like the ratio of shreddded pull/to chunk/to bark best with the serving forks.

  • RRP,
    I got my set at Hawg Eyes BBQ. (See link below) I found them "cheaper" elseware for the actual Bear Paws, but shipping was higher. I paid $13.96 total ($7.49 for the paws, $1.50 handling and $4.97 shipping). Like I said, I've only used them once, but I think I'm gonna love 'em![p]Kelly

    [ul][li]Hawg Eyes BBQ[/ul]
  • RRPRRP Posts: 18,636
    Thanks Kelly, I just ordered a set myself and while I browsed their catalogue I also found a Brinkman wire meatloaf basket that I'd vowed to buy if I ever found one. PS by the level of their UPS charge which I know is enflated I assume they must pay some body to drive each package to a pick up point, but hey, what are you going to do with speciality items like these which aren't in retail stores? I tried shopping at Bad Breath and Beyond and they looked like I was nuts when I asked if they would even see if it could be special ordered! A few years ago I got the same reaction when I inquired there about pizza peels. Now I have 3 peels and soon to have claws and a basket and they haven't made a nickel off me yet!

    L, M, S, Mini
    Ron
    Dunlap, IL
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