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Light My Fire Barbecue/Fire Fork

by Light my Fire
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

RRP: £15.95
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Colour: rot, gelb, grün, navyblau
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  • Use it to grill marshmallows and hot dogs
  • Attaches firmly to practically any stick
  • No need to cut fresh branches
  • Curved points hold food firml
  • Also makes a great fire-poker

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Colour: rot, gelb, grün, navyblau

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  • ASIN: B00708GY8W
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 17 Oct 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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The Grandpas Fire Fork from Light My Fire is inspired by an ingenious design and is destined to become a modern classic. Use it to grill marshmallows and hot dogs or just about anything else you can come up with. Attaches firmly to practically any stick; no need to cut fresh branches. Also makes a great firepoker.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not sure how useful this will be... 8 Feb 2014
By Mike313
Colour Name:navyblau|Verified Purchase
OK. I haven't used this yet but I have to admit I bought it in a moment of weakness. I love BBQ's, camping, cooking on a fire etc. and ordered this the minute I saw it. When this item was delivered, I thought 'you must have been mad to pay more than £5 for a piece of wire. if you wanted to give one to each child at a BBQ, so they could all cook a sausage at the same time, it could work out expensive! In reality, you could probably make a fork by cutting up a wire coat-hanger into sections and make 5 or 6 forks to fix to the ends of sticks. That could even be a little project you do with the kids before you pass out the sausages.
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Amazon.com: 4.3 out of 5 stars  25 reviews
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Grandpa's a Genius! 28 July 2009
By Marina's Mom - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name:rot, gelb, grün, navyblau
Whoever "Grandpa" is had the right idea when inventing these fire forks. They are great for camping, especially when backpacking, to use for cooking around the fire. The ingenius plastic covers keep them from poking things in your pack. They are lightweight and easy to pack because they do not have a long handle like other fire forks. Simply use any stick you find! LOVE THESE!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Never loose your wiener again! 6 Dec 2012
By Jeffrey A. Hensley - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name:rot, gelb, grün, navyblau
"Aww man!" How many times have I said that in the past when trying to roast hot dogs over the camp fire, only to have the wiener slip off the end of your freshly whittled roasting stick? TOO MANY!!!

There are two main flaws to the hot dog roasting sticks you whittle for yourself (or any traditional roasting stick that uses a single prong down the length of the hot dog):

1. The hot dog will want to slide off the end of the skewer.
2. The hot dog will get cooked more on the tip end, less on the skewer side.

This Light My Fire Grandpa's Firefork solves both of those problems and more. First, the dual prongs (protected in your pack and in the item picture by a plastic triangle) are springy and point slightly outward, securing the hot dog at two points, and working much like a fish hook: as the hot dog tries to slide off one prong, it is simply digging deeper into the other prong.

Hallelujah!!!! No more lost wieners! :-)

Second, the hot dog is being roasted sideways, which means an even heat across the entire hot dog... as if it was on the grill. Flip it once and you're done.

Additionally, the Firefork can clamp onto almost anything less than 5/8" in diameter. You can put it on the end of a much larger stick than you would normally be whittling down for a roasting stick. This gives much more strength.

While I usually only pack the Firefork when I know I'm going to be roasting hot dogs at the camp site... it is light weight enough to contemplate keeping in the pack all of the time.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great value and handy to boot 22 Oct 2012
By tomahagne - Published on Amazon.com
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These things work, but you may spend a little time finding the right stick and trimming it down. Once you do, it'll last until you strike camp.

Finding the right stick is a bit of an art. You can't use just any dry twig. They won't support much weight, usually aren't straight, and may even catch fire. Save them for kindling. Try to find a straight and skinny limb off a live tree. (Sorry that's not more environmentally friendly.) These tend to be straighter, stronger, and will not ignite unintentionally.

Best of all, there's 4 of them in the box. I overlooked this item on Amazon several times, noting it was too expensive at a dozen dollars. I had inadvertently mistaken 1-pack to mean 1 fork, which typically sells for $3-5 each. Seeing that there were actually 4 in the box, considering the cost of shipping and/or tax at other shops, I immediately jumped at these.

These will serve you well for years as long as you keep them clean.

The only negative is that they aren't that big, so you're somewhat limited as far as what they can cook. Sausages and marshmallows are fine. You may even manage a steak with 2 forks, but will produce tough dry meat. No burgers. You can grill fish if they're small enough. It helps if you stick the fork inside the cleaned belly for more support. You may be able to manage some veggies like corn or zucchini, but remember to poke a few extra holes for steam to escape or you may get squirted with hot zucchini juice. Perhaps Japanese eggplant (What are you doing out in the woods with Japanese eggplant??). You get the idea. Slightly longer tines would have made this tool more practical, but I still love them as-is.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Firefork Christmas gifts 6 Jan 2012
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name:rot, gelb, grün, navyblau|Verified Purchase
I gave the firefork to each of my sons as stocking stuffers for Christmas and kept one for myself. They seem to be well built and will be handy for when we go camping. Having 4 to the pack will make it easy for the members of the families to do weiners and marshmellows without having to wait turns.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Design, Easy to Use, Survival Essential 2 Jun 2013
By Misty Mountain Fog Dragon - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name:rot, gelb, grün, navyblau|Verified Purchase
Package contains four fireforks. Great for group car camping, or,
break them up into separate gear bags for solo survival/emergency use. Very small and
compact. Prong covers secure each firefork for safe, clean storage.

Simply find a branch with one small (1/2"+/-) end, squeeze the firefork to expand
the wire "holes", insert the end of the stick, and release the firefork to "grab"
the end of the stick.

Now you're ready to skewer/cook anything over the fire from hotdogs and marshmallows,
to fish, to squirrels.

Five of five stars as I could not improve on this design.

Misty Mountain Fog Dragon, VA
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